Glowforge is a 3D laser printer that uses a laser to carve and engrave products from raw materials like wood, leather, acrylic – even cardboard.
Glowforge's key features includes executive dashboard and reporting, cash-flow planning, batch and single payments to vendors, 3-way reconciliation, SOX compliance, Remote deposits of incoming checks, Support for multi-payment models(Wires, ACH, Purchase Cards), Subscription billing and more.
Glowforge was founded in 2014 by Dan Shapiro, Mark Gosselin, and Tony Wright. The company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.
Glowforge products are used to shape leather, sculpt wood, slice acrylic, cut paper, form foam, trim fabric, engrave glass, and etch metal. The company's customers include consumers, digital designers, crafters, engineers, teachers, artists, and more.
Glowforge is backed by top-tier investors including Foundry Group, True Ventures, Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores and others. The company has raised a total of $70.2M in funding to date.