New York Times: 3-D Printing Grows Beyond Its Novelty Roots

New York Times: 3-D Printing Grows Beyond Its Novelty Roots. “The 3-D-printing foundry in Devens, Mass., about 40 miles northwest of Boston, is owned by VulcanForms, a start-up that came out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It has raised $355 million in venture funding. And its work force has jumped sixfold in the past year to 360, with recruits from major manufacturers like General Electric and Pratt & Whitney and tech companies including Google and Autodesk.”

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