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Replique leaves the BASF Incubator and obtains new financing

Replique, a digital manufacturing start-up, has announced a spin-off from BASF’s business incubator Chemovator and a further round of funding to further expand its operations. The funding round was led by STS Ventures – a leading investment fund in the field of digital technologies. Replique delivers the first fully encrypted 3D printing platform that makes spare parts management and small series production more sustainable.

Replique is the fifth start-up to separate from Chemovator, but despite becoming an independent company, it still maintains a close relationship with BASF as a customer as well as with its subsidiary BASF 3D Printing Solutions.

Replique offers an industrial 3D printing platform that enables Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to store parts digitally. These parts are delivered on demand to customers through a network of over 80 trusted and certified print farms worldwide. The secure platform easily integrates into existing business landscapes such as ERP systems and online stores. This enables B2B companies such as Alstom to use 3D printing for a smooth, flawless delivery process, and B2C companies such as Miele and Siena Garden to offer 3D printed parts to customers.

Now Replique is focused on expanding its reach and gaining new customers in various industries. With the funds obtained in the financing round, Replique plans to invest in the development of the platform by adding new functions, as well as invest in human resources.

Source: Replique press materials

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