Desktop Metal may struggle to find a market, even if it delivers on 3D printing technology

Last week, Boston-based startup Desktop Metal announced that it received $14 million from Bolt, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, NEA, Lux Capital and Founder Collective, as well as Stratasys and undisclosed angel investors. The company’s stated mission is to develop a desktop-size 3D printer capab...

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