Mesa-based startup aiming to revolutionize manufacturing secures $750K in pre-seed funding

Christian LaRosa wasn’t necessarily looking to be an entrepreneur. But as the former Arizona State University engineering student worked to address a need that he saw in rocket manufacturing, it became clear that what he was working on was going to be a product — and one that would be in demand beyond his own industry.

“I’m an engineer by training, by practice,” LaRosa said. “I’m a founder by necessity.”

The necessity was finding a way to overcome the limitations of 3D printing,…

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