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3D printing software startup nTopology has raised a $40 million Series C round from Insight Partners.
The New York-based startup has seen major growth despite the coronavirus pandemic as engineers flock to design new tools using the company’s nTop platform.
“Covid has accelerated a shift away from old school enterprise sales to bottoms up from users and engineers,” nTopology founder and CEO Brad Rothenberg said.
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3D printing software startup nTopology has raised a $40 million Series C round amid a growth in demand during the coronavirus pandemic. nTopology, founded in 2015, provides a platform for engineers and other end users to design a variety of often complex products for 3D printing and sells into major firms such as aerospace and defense company Lockheed Martin.The New York-based startup launched its latest version of its nTop platform at the start of the coronavirus pandemic in the US and said it has seen a strong response from customers, even as many have been forced to lay off staff. “Covid has accelerated a shift away from old school enterprise sales to bottoms up from users and engineers,” nTopology founder and CEO Brad Rothenberg told Business Insider in an interview. ” …

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