Create It REAL secures € 3,1M To Accelerate 3D printing activities

Danish 3D Print solution provider Create it REAL has closed a € 3.1M financing round (DKK 23M). The investment was led by a new investor, Investo Capital, followed by all the existing investors, among these Vækstfonden’s department of direct investments, VF Venture an investment fund helping Danish companies by providing capital and expertise.

Create it REAL ApS, founded in 2009 by Jeremie Pierre Gay, launched the worldwide first real-time processor dedicated to 3D printing back in 2013, and has since then developed a complete 3D Printing platform, consisting of all the technology bricks necessary to build a 3D printing solution.

Create it REAL serves two different markets:

Firstly, 3D Printer manufacturers worldwide, providing dedicated control systems, electronics, 3D print processors, and slicing technology (the software required for preparing the 3D print).

Secondly, ambitious vertical industries who wants to disrupt their business with 3D printing, taking full advantage of:

–             Mass customization

–             Digitalization of production workflow

–             High speed printing

–             Protecting intellectual property rights of the printed objects with secure printing.

Create it REAL CEO, Jeremie Pierre Gay says: “We see a significant increase in companies from different industries, who approach us, because they have realized that they can disrupt their business with 3D Printing, creating new applications. But they just do not know how to apply the technology – and how to integrate it into their existing business model. This is where we can help; applying 3D printing and pushing the limits of the technology is what we do; and this create significant value for those companies who then can go on to disrupt their market. We have the expertise and all the technology bricks to provide a complete offering for both 3D Printer manufacturers and specific vertical industries. With this investment we are going to expand our global presence and create key partnerships to boost the 3D printing adoption”.

The Danish organization has recently worked with Fusion3 on the development of the manufacturer’s REACTOR 3D printing software. Two years ago, the company partnered with Kimya to enable secured 3D printing. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for this Danish star.

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