Ai Build nets $3.2 million to disrupt additive manufacturing sector

The company’s AI-powered SaaS platform claims to maximise the efficiency of additive manufacturing across enterprises in automotive and aerospace industry
Ai Build nets $3.2 million to disrupt additive manufacturing sector

London-based SaaS company Ai Build has raised $3.2 million in funding led by ACT Venture Partners and existing investor SuperSeed.

The Boeing-backed platform is disrupting the additive manufacturing industry on a global scale. It enables companies in the aerospace, automotive, construction, marine and energy verticals to fully automate the additive manufacturing process from plan to print, radically improving speed, quality, scalability, and application range.

The new investment will accelerate Ai Build’s efforts to further develop its machine learning models for fully automated quality assurance and integrate its software into a wide range of industry standard 3D printers around the world.

With the recent global pandemic causing unimaginable disruption to many supply chains, global manufacturers recognise now is the critical time to accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing at scale and advance to a more sustainable factory of the future.

Daghan Cam, co-founder and CEO of Ai Build said: “To enable faster adoption of additive manufacturing at industrial scale, we created a unique company culture and a cloud-based collaboration platform where our engineering and commercial teams, partners and end customers work closely on solving difficult real-world problems together. The new investment will allow us to scale our teams across the board to continue onboarding new partners and customers rapidly.”

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