Stratasys, DSM Venturing, Saint-Gobain, 3M Ventures and Ocado all chipped in for 3D printing technology developer Inkbit, which hopes to use AI and computer vision to produce complex components at scale.

US-based computer vision-operated 3D printing technology developer Inkbit has closed a $12m round co-led by 3D printer maker Stratasys and DSM Venturing, the corporate venturing arm of life sciences and materials company Royal DSM. Online grocery delivery company Ocado and construction materials supplier Saint-Gobain both participated in the round alongside 3M Ventures, the corporate venturing…

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