AIM3D GmbH, a Rostock, Germany-based 3D metal printer manufacturer, raised €1.4m in funding.
Backers included High-Tech Gründerfonds, automotive supplier Brose Group, and the Mittelständische Beteiligungsgesellschaft MV.
A spin-off of the University of Rostock and led by Managing Director Vincent Morrison, AIM3D has developed a new process for the production of metal parts using the 3D printing process. The company’s technology enables the manufacturing of components made of typical materials of automotive series production in 3D printing.
The goal now is the industrialization of 3D printing via standard injection molding granules, CNC technology and automation interfaces.
The ExAM 255 will be launched in spring 2019.