Shapeways, the largest 3D printing company in the world, is doing pretty well for itself: it raised $30 million in funding. Shapeways lets users print custom designs or choose from millions of user-submitted templates. The designs are then printed at one of the two Shapeways factories in New York City or in the Netherlands.
Funding came from investors including Andreesen Horowitz, Lux Capital, INKEF Capital, and tech giant Hewlett-Packard.
3D printing marketplace Shapeways announced on Tuesday that it had raised $30 million in funding from investors including Andreesen Horowitz, Lux Capital, INKEF Capital, and tech giant Hewlett-Packard. Shapeways CEO and co-founder Peter Weijmarshausen says 3D printing is disrupting how companies are manufacturing products, and Shapeways is leading the charge …
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