Desktop Metal, a Cambridge, MA-based 3D printing startup, announced it raised $14m in a first round of funding.

Backers included New Enterprise Associates, Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, Founder Collective, Lux Capital, and Bolt.

Founded nearly two-months ago by CEO Ric Fulop, Desktop Metal aims to build a clean 3D printing that works with aluminum and titanium. The company currently has 10 employees but does not have neither a web site (it will be probably found at http://www.desktopmetal.com/) nor a prototype.

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