Ai Build, a London, UK-based company providing a cloud platform to automate Additive Manufacturing process, raised $1m in funding.
The round was led by SuperSeed, with participation from William Tunstall-Pedoe.
The company intends to use the funds to continue to accelerate commercialization of the technology to bring it to many more global tier 1 manufacturers in the aerospace and automotive sectors.
Founded in 2015 by Daghan Cam and Michail Desyllas, two architects with background in computational geometry and robotics, Ai Build provides a cloud platform (AiSync) automating Additive Manufacturing process by autonomous robotic path planning and computer vision. The technology is being used by manufacturers in Automotive, Aerospace and Defence industries to reduce costs, material waste and lead times on their large scale 3D printed parts such as composite tooling. Ai Build has recently signed partnerships with machine manufacturers including Kuka and Weber Additive to make AiSync the default Operating System for large-scale industrial 3D printing.