Dyndrite, a San Ramon, California-based manufacturing software provider, raised $10+m in Series A financing.
The round was led by Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused Venture Fund, with participation from Cota Capital, Amplify Ventures, The House Fund, and private investor and former President and CEO of Autodesk, Carl Bass.
The company intends to use the funds to release the first beta version of its product line, which has been under development for over three and a half years, to hire crucial talent, including team members in engineering, marketing, sales, and support functions — all working together to help lighthouse and beta customers achieve their goals.
Led by Harshil Goel, co-founder and CEO, Dyndrite provides a “Computational Geometry Engine” and Additive Toolkit (AT) to bring modern performance, capabilities, and productivity to the design, engineering, and manufacturing marketplaces.
The recently announced Accelerated Geometry Kernel is a fully GPU-native geometry engine. The Dyndrite Additive Toolkit, the first application built on the new kernel, enables a streamlined CAD-to-Print workflow that leverages GPUs to introduce new levels of productivity and efficiency in the additive manufacturing industry.
Dyndrite is accessible via an integrated Python Application Programming Interface (API) providing control and customization to developers, engineers, technicians, and device OEMs.