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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 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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