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French 3D printer startup Dagoma raises €3M for expansion

About one year ago the French Start-up Dagoma has released their 3D printer Discovery200 for 299€. Shortly after that the more professional 3D printer Explorer350 beta was announced. Now the Start-up has secured a three million Dollar investment. With these funds they want to hire new employees and continue developing new 3D printers.

The new 3D printer is a further development of the Discovery200 but the kit will have the same price as the discovery200 had. If you don’t like building the 3D printer on your own, you can also buy it ready to print for 399€. The new 3D printer has the name DiscoEasy200 and has a build volume of 200 x 200 x 200mm. It has a printing speed of up to 100 mm/s and the X and Y axis will have an accuracy of 100 microns. The printer is officially only capable of printing PLA, ABS and Nylon but PLA is recommended. The new electronics will also be available as upgrade kit for the “old” Discovery200 and the 3D printed parts will be available on Thingiverse for free.

The 3 millionen Euro investment was mainly done by Olivier Leclerq. Leclerq is a well-known business men and owner of the Olivarius hotels and vice president of Decathlon Oxylane. With the new investment the company wants to hire new employees and increase its workforce from currently 26 to 41 employees.

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