Triditive, the Spanish based industrial automation company for Additive Manufacturing, today announced it has completed a $1.8 million series seed investment round. 

Triditive will use the investment to accelerate and support the 3D-printing industry by providing automated additive manufacturing systems heading to the Factory of the future. Triditive provides advanced robotics powered by machine learning to bring additive manufacturing to the production floor thanks to its mass production and metal-polymer printing capacity reducing the cost of scaling production with additive manufacturing.

This seed round was supported by new investors and industry leaders such as Stanley Ventures (Stanley Black & Decker), Techstars, Hunosa empresas, Fourth Funding, IDEPA, and a selected group of business angels from Spain, France and Switzerland.

“We are delighted to welcome our new investors and thankful to our existing shareholders for their continued support, said Mariel Diaz, CEO at Triditive. “This funding validates our approach to industrialize additive manufacturing through automation and enables us to expand our market presence.”

“We see tremendous growth potential in the Additive Manufacturing industry,” said Sean Wright, Stanley Ventures Managing Director. “Triditive demonstrated its ability to innovate and create a novel product. We look forward to working with the team to extend our impact in the Additive Manufacturing industry.”

ABOUT TRIDITIVE:

Triditive is a Spanish based company focus on the automation of additive manufacturing. Triditive has developed an advanced platform fully automated powered by machine learning to bring additive manufacturing to the production floor thanks to its mass production and multi-material printing capacity and has quickly established itself as the global leader in the automation and scalability of additive manufacturing.

Triditive was co-founded by Mariel Diaz (CEO), Jose Camero (CBDO), and Sergio Martinez (CTO). The company has recently opened a 20,000 square foot factory in Asturias, Spain which is intended to be the largest AM factory in Spain in terms of production capacity.

The AMCELL hardware automates the 3D-printing process end-to-end and connects via the EVAM software to enable cloud connectivity to the AMCELLs, full tracking and traceability of parts, manufacturing orders optimization and quality control.