3D metal printing company MatterFab has raised approximately $5.8m in a series A round featuring General Electric's corporate venturing unit.

US-based metal 3D printer manufacturer MatterFab closed a $5.75m series A round yesterday that included GE Ventures, industrial conglomerate General Electric’s corporate venturing unit. The round also featured Innovate Indiana Fund, an early-stage fund that backs startups with a connection to Indiana University. The funding will support the design and development of what MatterFab claims…

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