A startup that has just raised $115 million in investment from the likes of General Electric to advance its plans to dramatically reduce the cost and increase the speed of metal 3D printing is targeting aerospace as a longer-term market. “We are looking at aviation and aviation is certainly looking at us,” says Jonah Myerberg, co-founder and chief technology officer at Desktop Metal. The initial markets are automotive and construction, with early customers looking at the cost ...

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