Divergent Technologies


Where Have All AM’s Unicorns Gone?

In the rapidly evolving world of 3D printing, startups valued at over a billion dollars, known as unicorns, once seemed as fantastical as the mythical creatures themselves. While a few…


$230M Series D Fuels Divergent’s Automated 3D Printing and Assembly Technology

In a significant development for the world of additive manufacturing (AM), Divergent Technologies, known for its comprehensive digital industrial production system, announced the successful completion of a $230 million Series…


Divergent Acquires 3D Printing QA Assets from Sigma Additive

Since it announced its departure from the 3D printing industry in September, Sigma Additive Solutions has revealed who is buying its in-process quality assurance (IPQA) technology. The buyer is Divergent…


3D Printing Firm Divergent Caught Up in Viceroy Research’s Short Report on Hexagon

As global equity markets become more and more overvalued by historical standards, more room is constantly opened up for activist short seller groups looking to feast on the fat of…


What Is Goldman Sachs up to in 3D Printing?

Though it doesn’t make it into the top 10 institutional investors backing 3D printing stocks, Goldman Sachs may still be an influential force in the burgeoning additive manufacturing (AM) industry….

Printing Money Episode 2: Notable Recent VC Activity in Additive Manufacturing

So many 3D printing companies rely on venture capital (VC) to fund development and growth plans, so the recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank was a huge shock to the…


Hypercar Maker Czinger Reveals “World’s First” 3D Printed Gearbox Case

Czinger Vehicles, the maker of electric hypercars built on the Divergent Adaptive Production System (DAPS) assembly line, announced what the company claims is the first 3D printed automotive gearbox case….


General Atomics and Divergent Team up to 3D Print Drones

Nuclear leader General Atomics has been pursuing a lot of trend setting projects with 3D printing lately, including a drop-in heat exchanger upgrade made by Conflux. The company also extensively…

Divergent Receives $100M Investment from Hexagon for Car 3D Printing Tech

Hexagon AB has been steadily increasing its presence in 3D printing and, this time, the Swedish tech giant has laid down a significant amount of capital into one of the…

3D Printing News Briefs, September 24, 2022: Software, Metal 3D Printing, & More

We’re starting with software first in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, and then moving on to ceramic and metal 3D printing and business. We’ll end with 3D printing being used…


Aston Martin’s DBR22 Features Fully 3D Printed Rear Assembly from Divergent

Volkswagen, Ford, and GM are all promising official end parts (as opposed to emergency end parts) to be 3D printed for upcoming vehicles. However, we’re still waiting for additive manufacturing (AM)…


$160M Drives 3D Printed Hypercar Startup Divergent in Series C Round

Coming off the heels of an exciting presence at the 2022 AMUG Conference, Divergent Technologies has announced a successful Series C round totaling $160 million in funding. The investment will…

3D Printing Webinar and Event Roundup: March 6, 2022

In this week’s round up of webinars and events, topics will range from closed-loop additive manufacturing quality control and World for 3D printing to microfabrication for medical applications and more….

ASTM’s ICAM 2021: 3D Printing Economics & Sustainability Considerations

I recently had the pleasure of attending the 2021 International Conference on Additive Manufacturing (ICAM), hosted by ASTM International’s Additive Manufacturing Center of Excellence (AMCOE) in Anaheim, California. The event,…


3D Printing Companies Divergent Technologies, Nexa3D, and More Join AMGTA

The Additive Manufacturer Green Trade Association (AMGTA) added six new 3D printing companies to the ranks as part of its ongoing efforts to promote sustainability in additive manufacturing. The additions…