Carbon Stock

carbon3d.comIndustrial / ManufacturingFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $724.31MM

Carbon is a 3D printing technology that allows users to rapidly design, develop and scale production of better products in less time with the Carbon platform. Integrated end-use materials, software, and 3D printers enable teams to accelerate bringing products to market from idea to production. This company was founded by Joseph M. DeSimone and Philip DeSimone in 2013 and is headquartered in Redwood City, CA.

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Team

Management Team

Craig Carlson
Chief Technology Officer
Steve Nelson
Co-Founder & Chairman
Jason Rolland Ph.D
Vice President, Materials
Joseph DeSimone Ph.D
Co-Founder & Board Member
Alex Ermoshkin
Co-Founder & Chief Innovation Officer
Philip DeSimone
Co-Founder

Board Members

James Goetz
Sequoia Capital
Joseph DeSimone
Alan Mulally
Board Member
Bryce Lee
Silver Lake

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News Highlights

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Updated on: Apr 20, 2024

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