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Series C | Alive

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Last Raised

$160M | 24 days ago

About Divergent 3D

Divergent provides a patented, end-to-end software-hardware solution that incorporates 3D metal printing into the design, engineering, and manufacturing of advanced vehicle structures for the automotive and aerospace industries. The company's proprietary system automates structural design and optimization for volume manufacturing of lightweight structures without upfront, capital-intensive factory, and tooling investments. The company is based in Torrance, California, and was founded in 2014.

Divergent 3D Headquarter Location

19601 Hamilton Ave.

Torrance, California, 90502,

United States

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Divergent 3D Patents

Divergent 3D has filed 8 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • 3D printing
  • 3D printing processes
  • Arc welding
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3D printing, Fused filament fabrication, 3D printing processes, Manufacturing, Adhesives


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Related Topics

3D printing, Fused filament fabrication, 3D printing processes, Manufacturing, Adhesives



Latest Divergent 3D News

Divergent Technologies Takes $160M For Industrial 3D Printing

Apr 28, 2022

socaltech.com Divergent Technologies Takes $160M For Industrial 3D Printing Los Angeles-based Divergent Technologies , a developer of industrial 3D printing systems, said this week that it has raised $160M in its Series C funding round. The company said that John L. Thornton, the former President of Goldman Sachs, has joined the company as part of the funding; other investors include Tom Steyer and David Beirne, former of Benchmark Capital. Divergent Technologies previously raised $200 million from investors including Horizons Ventures and Altran Technologies. According to the company, it is developing additive manufacturing (3D printing) techniques to make manufacturing of vehicles more efficient. The company is led by founder and CEO Kevin Czinger.

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