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Digital Alloys, a US-based hard metal parts printing technology spun out of additive manufacturing business NVBots, itself a spinout of Massachusetts of Institute of Technology, has raised $1.1m of a targeted $1.2m series B round, according to a regulatory filing. Founded in 2017, Digital Alloys supplies a 3D printing system called Joule Printing for manufacturing…

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