ESPs containing Boston Micro Fabrication
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Industrial 3D printer companies produce industrial-scale and finished-product additive manufacturing machines. They generally work with specific materials, like metals, polymers, or carbon fiber. Manufacturers are using printing technology to open up new product lines, such as aerospace parts with complicated 3D geometries that are otherwise impossible to manufacture.
When was Boston Micro Fabrication founded?
Boston Micro Fabrication was founded in 2016.
Where is Boston Micro Fabrication's headquarters?
Boston Micro Fabrication's headquarters is located at Building 2, Area A, Quaker Headquarters City, No. 598, Liangjiang Avenue, Longxing Town, Yubei District, Chongqing.
What is Boston Micro Fabrication's latest funding round?
Boston Micro Fabrication's latest funding round is Series C.
How much did Boston Micro Fabrication raise?
Boston Micro Fabrication raised a total of $70.1M.
Who are the investors of Boston Micro Fabrication?
Investors of Boston Micro Fabrication include Shenzhen Capital Group, Haitong Securities Co., Qixuan Technology, Taiga, Green Pine Capital Partners and 6 more.
Who are Boston Micro Fabrication's competitors?
Competitors of Boston Micro Fabrication include Fortify, Continuous Composites, Nuburu, Seurat Technologies, AMT, Anisoprint, Velo3D, Aon3D, Holo, Voxel8 and 32 more.
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