Printing Money Episode 7: Notable 3D Printing Transactions in the Last Month, and More SSYS Deal Coverage

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The deals didn’t take a break over the summer, as Alex and Danny have plenty to discuss in this July episode of Printing Money. Applications increasingly take centre stage as Conformis is acquired by restor3D, and Lightforce raise an impressive Series D, showing maturity in the medical and dental fields; while Sintavia and Agile Space attracted funding showing strength in the aerospace and space sector. Broader economic conditions are still precipitating events as Sakuu cancelling their SPAC and Shapeways doing a reverse stock split, while the offers on Stratasys keep rolling in and the speculation deepens with the latest SEC filings and an about face from Stratasys.

1.07: Conformis is acquired by restor3D

7.32: CADS Additive acquired by Hexagon

11.45: What is the difference between M&A and VC/investment?

18.32: Sintavia receives strategic investment from Lockheed Martin

25.20: Albert Invent raises $7.5 million seed round

29.55: Chromatic3D raise venture funding

32.02: PostProcess raises bridge round of $1.4 million

34.02: AIM3D raises undisclosed amount

36.58: FononTech raises €2.3 million

39.10: Agile Space raises $13.85 million in a combined seed round

42.22: Replique raises seed round

44.02: Sakuu terminates SPAC with Plum Acquisition Corp.

45.25: Shapeways reverse stock split

48.34: Round up of Stratasys offers from 3D Systems and Nano Dimension

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