DyeMansion, a Munich, Germany–based 3D printing startup, raised $5m in Series A funding.
Backers included UVC Partners, btov Partners and AM Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds to expand their global business and extend their portfolio developing finishing technology for achieving injection molded surface quality on 3D-printed polymer parts.
Founded in 2015 by Felix Ewald (CEO) and Philipp Kramer (CTO), DyeMansion offers a variety of high-volume finishing systems for “Print-to-Product” workflow that transforms raw, 3D-printed parts into consumer and industrial products.
With the ability to provide precision coloring and finish to the most exact specifications, the company’s technologies complement all major industrial, powder-based 3D printing systems, including EOS, HP, 3D Systems and Prodways and deliver high-volume production for anything from luxury sunglasses to mission-critical automotive parts.
The technology is already used by more than four-hundred customers, including global manufacturers in diverse industries, such as eyewear, automotive, retail, medical, and sports equipment like BMW, Daimler, Under Armour, HP, Shapeways, Materialise, FKM and more.