Sep 04, 2020 · By now youve probably heard about the latest surprise in additive manufacturing startup companies going public. During what is clearly not the best of times for the metal additive Desktop Metal acquires ExOne in $575 million deal ZDNetAug 11, 2021 · Desktop Metal went public in a special purpose acquisition company deal and has expanded into health care and other markets. Desktop Metal has been growing rapidly with second quarter sequential
Aug 26, 2020 · Post-SPAC plans. In addition to furthering its own R&D efforts, Desktop Metal plans to make its own acquisitions, in what it refers to as a constructive consolidation of the additive Desktop Metal going public in SPAC-led deal that could Aug 27, 2020 · Desktop Metal going public in SPAC-led deal that could value 3D printer company at 25B by admin Posted on August 27, 2020 Today it also became the latest in a recent string of firms to announce its intentions to go public . Desktop Metal going public:SPAC company Trine Sep 15, 2020 · Desktop Metal, one of the largest Massachusetts 3-D printing companies together with Somerville-based Formlabs Inc. and Watertown-based Markforged Inc., announced plans to go public
Published:Aug 26, 2020 Desktop Metal to go public via reverse merger with a SPAC Aug 26, 2020 · The 3-D printing company announced Wednesday it will become a publicly traded company through a merger deal with a special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC. In a release, Desktop Metal said Desktop Metal's CEO on future of additive manufacturing 1 day ago · ZDNet's Larry Dignan caught up with Desktop Metal CEO Ric Fulop to talk about the future of additive manufacturing, timelines, entrepreneurship, and going public via a SPAC
Feb 24, 2021 · Big morning for Massachusetts tech companies planning to go public via SPAC. Shortly after Berkshire Grey unveiled its intentions, Watertown SPAC ALERT:Desktop Metal to go Public via TRNE Desktop Metal going public through special purpose acquisition company, Trine (NYSE:TRNE ) at $2.5B valuation. Investors include Chamath Palihapitiya, Miller Value Partners, XN, Baron Capital Group, JB Straubel, and HPS Investment Partners. Desktop Metal CEO Rick Fulop claims they have the worlds fastest 3D printing systems that are 100 times faster than previous generations.