San Diego-based Fabri8Labs, a company developing metal additive manufacturing technology, said it has raised $19.3M in a Series A funding round. The funding was led by Intel Capital, and also included Lam Capital, TDK Ventures, SE Ventures, imec.xpand, Stanley Ventures, and Mark Cuban. According to the company, it is developing a process which fabricates complex metal parts at the atomic level. Fabric8Labs is targeting using that technology in semiconductor packaging, electronics, medical, thermal management, and RF components. Jeff Herma is co-founder and CEO of Fabric8Labs.