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Divergent 3D

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Corporate Minority | Alive

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Last Raised

$100M | 5 mos ago

About Divergent 3D

Divergent provides a patented, end-to-end software-hardware solution. It incorporates 3-dimensional metal printing into the design, engineering, and manufacturing of advanced vehicle structures for the automotive and aerospace industries. The company's proprietary system automates structural design and optimization for volume manufacturing of lightweight structures without upfront, capital-intensive factory, and tooling investments. The company is based in Torrance, California, and was founded in 2014.

Headquarters Location

19601 Hamilton Avenue

Torrance, California, 90502,

United States

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Divergent 3D Patents

Divergent 3D has filed 8 patents.

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3D printing, Fused filament fabrication, 3D printing processes, Manufacturing, Adhesives


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3D printing, Fused filament fabrication, 3D printing processes, Manufacturing, Adhesives



Latest Divergent 3D News

Hexagon invests in Divergent Technologies digital factories

Apr 7, 2023

undefined mins Digital reality solutions company Hexagon has invested in Divergent Technologies, the first modular digital factory in the automotive industry Hexagon AB , a digital reality solutions company, has announced a US$100m investment in Divergent Technologies Inc. , which offers sustainable manufacturing technologies and has built the first modular digital factory for the automotive industry. Digital factory investment Stockholm-based IT Services and IT Consulting business Hexagon AB creates digital reality solutions, using data to increase quality and safety across the manufacturing sector. Divergent Technologies Inc. uses 3D printing to transform the automotive industry. Its engineering prototype, Blade, is the world's first 3D printed supercar. Divergent’s vehicle manufacturing production process, known as DAPS® (Divergent Adaptive Production System), is an integrated software and hardware solution. DAPS creates a complete modular digital factory for complex vehicle structures. Divergent builds lightweight automotive parts using its AI-optimised generative design software, additive manufacturing and automated assembly process. The process uses less energy and resources, is much faster than other methods and offers a weight reduction of up to 70% - something Hexagon was interested in, in order to lower its emissions. Manufacturing with less emissions “Manufacturing a car’s parts has a much greater impact on the environment than the car’s exhaust emissions, which is why new manufacturing concepts will win,” said Ola Rollén , Hexagon President and CEO. “We must find ways to empower car makers with more efficient and environmentally friendly manufacturing processes that minimise material usage and total system cost. Incremental steps are simply not enough to save the planet.” “Having their vote of confidence in what we’ve built and our vision for the future of manufacturing brings new energy and enthusiasm to our team,” said Kevin Czinger , Divergent’s Founder and CEO. “Together, Hexagon and Divergent will deliver the smart manufacturing concepts of the 21st Century,” added Rollén.

Divergent 3D Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Divergent 3D founded?

    Divergent 3D was founded in 2014.

  • Where is Divergent 3D's headquarters?

    Divergent 3D's headquarters is located at 19601 Hamilton Avenue, Torrance.

  • What is Divergent 3D's latest funding round?

    Divergent 3D's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.

  • How much did Divergent 3D raise?

    Divergent 3D raised a total of $428M.

  • Who are the investors of Divergent 3D?

    Investors of Divergent 3D include Hexagon, Horizon Technology Finance, Bridge Bank, Hedosophia, Tom Steyer and 9 more.

  • Who are Divergent 3D's competitors?

    Competitors of Divergent 3D include ExLattice and 5 more.

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