Inventables, a 13-year-old, Chicago-based company that makes 3D carving software and machines used by so-called makers to produce products, has raised $5 million in Series B funding led by Greycroft Partners, with participation from True Ventures, Draper Associates, Corazon Capital, and Dundee Capital. The company has now raised $10 million altogether.
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