Triditive comleted a $1.8M seed funding round backed by Stanley Ventures, Techstars, Hunosa Empresas and Fourth Funding
Feb 1, 2021
Triditive , a Gijon (Meres), Spain-based 3D printer industrial manufacturing platform, announced that it secured a $1.8 million capital funding round. The money was raised from a range of investors including Stanley Ventures (Stanley Black & Decker), Techstars , Hunosa Empresas , Cuarta Financiación , IDEPA, and business angels from Spain, France and Switzerland whose name was not disclosed. Triditive, founded in by by Mariel Díaz (CEO), Jose Camero and Sergio Martinez, develops its own additive manufacturing automation technology to scale production at an industrial level, it has quickly established itself as the world leader in additive manufacturing automation and scalability. The company operates using a roprietary AMCELL system, a large-format modular 3D printing cell designed for high-throughput automated production as it automates the 3D printing process from start to finish and connects via EVAM software to provide remote machine connectivity, complete tracking and traceability of manufactured parts, as well as factory production planning and quality control. The machine utilizes both advanced robotics and machine learning-based software algorithms to facilitate the series 3D printing of metal and polymer parts on the shop floor. Triditive has recently opened a factory of almost 2000m2 in Asturias, Spain, which aims to be the largest additive factory in Spain in terms of production capacity.