Carbon works at the intersection of hardware, software and molecular science. The Company delivers on the promise of 3D printing, allowing commercial customers to go beyond basic prototyping to achieve 3D manufacturing. Сarbon develops The SpeedCell, a system of connected manufacturing unit operations that enables repeatable production of end-use parts at any scale.  It unlocks new business opportunities such as mass customization, on-demand inventory and differentiated products.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Redwood City, US
Founded
2013
Size (employees)
352 (est)
Carbon3D was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Redwood City, US

Key People at Carbon3D

Joseph DeSimone

Joseph DeSimone

CEO & Co-Founder
Craig Carlson

Craig Carlson

VP of Engineering
Josh Green

Josh Green

General Counsel
Kirk Phelps

Kirk Phelps

VP of Product Management
Jeff Allard

Jeff Allard

VP of Manufacturing
Luke Kelly

Luke Kelly

VP of Finance
Heather Miksch

Heather Miksch

Head of Customer Engagement
Dave Scheinman

Dave Scheinman

Head of Hardware
Phil DeSimone

Phil DeSimone

Head of Business Development
Abhishek Parmar

Abhishek Parmar

Software Architect
Elle Meyer

Elle Meyer

Director of Business Development
Jason Rolland

Jason Rolland

VP of Materials

Carbon3D Office Locations

Carbon3D has an office in Redwood City
Redwood City, US (HQ)
312 Chestnut Street

Carbon3D Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2013

Total Funding

$222 m

Latest funding size

$81 m

Time since last funding

about 1 year

Investors

Carbon3D's latest funding round in September 2016 was reported to be $81 m. In total, Carbon3D has raised $222 m. Carbon3D's latest valuation is reported to be $1 b.

Carbon3D Financial Metrics

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Market valuation

1 b
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Carbon3D News and Updates

Carbon3D raises $81.1 million and forms strategic deals with GE, BMW, Nikon, and JSR

Carbon3D has raised additional funding for its 3D printing company, pulling in $81.1 million as part of its Series C extension round. The latest infusion of capital will be used to help accelerate production of the company’s M1 printer that launched in April and will be available in Europe, Japan, a…

Carbon raises $81 million for international expansion of its rapid 3-D printing tech

 Large manufacturers of high-tech products, from luxury vehicles to elastomers and resins, have lined up to invest in and partner with Carbon (formerly known as Carbon 3D) the Redwood City, Calif. company known for its rapid, 3-D printing technologies. The three-year-old startup added $81 million in…

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