Digital Alloys, a company founded in 2017 in Burlington attracted high-profile investors, closing a $12.9 million round to fund the development of its Joule Printing technology. The company’s goal was to bring metal prototyping to the desktop through a more affordable metal AM process working with any metal in wire form and using joule – the most efficient way to convert electrical energy into heat to melt it from within. The company however was not able to fully bring its products to market and permanently closed in July 2021.
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