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Chinese 3D printing startup Polly Polymer secures new funding

$15.5m raised to build a cloud-controlled, unmanned 'dark factory'

Polly Polymer is building a completely unmanned smart plant in China that will use cloud computing to control production. (Photo courtesy of the company)

BEIJING -- Polly Polymer, a stereolithography, or SLA 3D printing startup in China, has raised nearly 100 million yuan ($15.5 million) in a Series A+ funding round from a group of investors led by Vitalbridge.

Polly Polymer offers various high-speed SLA 3D printing-related services that target corporate customers, including research and development on materials and equipment, as well as software development.

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