Koch Disruptive Technologies led a $160m round for the 3D metal printer provider that also featured GV, Panasonic and Techtronic Industries.

US-based metal 3D printer provider Desktop Metal confirmed yesterday that it has completed a $160m funding round led by Koch Disruptive Technologies, a subsidiary of chemicals and energy conglomerate Koch Industries. GV, a corporate venturing subsidiary of internet and technology group Alphabet, also invested, as did electronics producer Panasonic, hardware provider Techtronic Industries and existing…

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