The German company DyeMansion, which specializes in the production of SLS and MJF post-processing devices, has obtained another $ 14 million in funding. The global leader in post-processing in 3D printing has already raised a total of $ 24 million in this way.

The funds are to help accelerate the transition to the so-called digital production. There are plans to increase the automation, digital connectivity and integration of all DyeMansion products and processes. The next steps include strengthening the brand’s position in the global market by creating new demonstration facilities, recruiting regional application consultants, and a commercial business infrastructure. The co-financing is also to be used to provide modern solutions for finishing 3D prints to a wide range of customers all over the world and to adapt 3D printing to serial production.

According to DyeMansion CEO and co-founder Felix Edwald, Nordic Alpha Investments’ expertise and unique approach will help the company strengthen its position as a global industry leader. The support of all investors will allow to switch to digital production and create a factory of the future, based on 3D printing.

The global paralysis caused by the coronavirus pandemic has made it possible to see the advantage of additive technologies over traditional supply chains. The crisis strengthened the position of 3D printing, and digital production rose to the occasion and met the demand for products scarce during the pandemic. Dye Mansion believes that revealing the potential of 3D printing is one of the reasons it received funding. According to Rasmus Lund, an investment partner at NAP, COVID-19 has contributed to the adoption and emphasis on the importance of 3D printing.

DyeMansion plays an important role in the field of 3D printing. The company has opened the gate to colorful and aesthetic 3D prints in many industries. She also emphasized the potential of post-processing of models produced in additive technology. Arno Held, director of investments at AM Ventures, says that by integrating the ability to finish and color items produced at AM, it is possible to transform 3D printing into mass production. Thanks to the funds received, it will become possible.

Patrycja Dubert
Biomedical engineer interested in unconventional and innovative approach to medicine and its connection with modern technology.

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