Zaxe, a Turkish 3D printer manufacturer, has raised $2 million, in a round led by the Regional Development Fund, under the umbrella of the PCP Technology Opportunities Fund and the Türkiye Development Fund, with the participation of existing investors including KVK, Omurga Technology Fund, Nevzat Aydın, Ali Demir Akel, and Muzaffer Akpınar.
Founded in 2015, the company specializes in high-speed printing capability, AI-based technologies, and plug-and-play 3D printers. Over the years, it has expanded its reach to more than 15 countries, including Europe and North America and now provides a comprehensive ecosystem that includes hardware, software, and materials for diverse applications in additive manufacturing.
Our founders Baki Gezgen and Aydonat Atasever said, “With this new investment we have received, we aim to become one of the significant players in the global market and continue our vision of making production simpler and faster, independent of traditional manufacturing methods.”
We met the team at Formnext 2022 and from our understanding, the company bets on user experience to attract and maintain new clients. Their proprietary production portfolio is also compatible with popular software like Paint 3D, making it easier for institutions and makers to leverage their technology. However, as most 3D printing companies, they aim to provide scalable, and repeatable manufacturing solutions for various industries.
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