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3D Hubs raises $18 million to ship 3D-printed products to your door

Written by David

March 26, 2019

The advent of cheap, ubiquitous 3D printing has given rise to so-called zero-inventory manufacturing, the practice of keeping very little inventory and instead relying on just-in-time production. MakeXYZ is a practitioner of this model — fabricating and shipping products from CAD files uploaded by its customers — as is 3D Hubs , which offers comparable services. The latter’s evidently doing something right — today it announced that it has raised the largest venture capital round in its six-year history. 3D Hubs’ $18 million series C, which was led by Endeit Capital, with participation from Hearst Ventures, EQT Ventures, Balderton Capital, and Booking.com founder Arthur Kosten, among others, brings its total capital raised to $30 million and comes after a $7 million series B in July 2016. CEO Bram de Zwart, who cofounded the Amsterdam-based company with Brian Garret in 2013, says the cash infusion will […]

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