Triditive raises 5 million euros in pre-Series A

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Spanish additive manufacturing company triditive closed a €5 million pre-Series A financing round, with a “major Spanish industrial group” leading the investment.

Triditive has already received financial backing from companies such as Stanley Ventures, Techstars and Hunosa Empresas, with this latest round bringing its total amount raised to around €8m.

The company was founded in 2016 in Asturias, Spain, and has patented its AMCELL industrial 3D printing series, which the company claims will enable the mass production of polymer, composite and metal components. Within its AMCELL series, the company develops the AMCELL 1400 and AMCELL 8300 platforms, both based on extrusion-based technology. To treat metals, the technology follows a multi-step process of printing a green part, removing the binder through a catalytic debinding process, and heating the part to redistribute and bind the metal particles during sintering.

Both AMCELL systems are capable of printing a range of polymer and composite materials, as well as 316 stainless steel, 17-4PH stainless steel, Inconel and titanium materials. Where they differ is that the AMCELL 1400 has a maximum print height of 500mm, a nozzle diameter between 0.4 and 1.2mm, and manual operations for platform changes of construction and final part storage, while the 8300 has a maximum print height of 350mm, nozzle diameter between 0.4 and 0.8mm and automatic platform changes and final part storage .

Triditive brings these AMCELL systems to market to facilitate the automation, scalability and localization of additive manufacturing. Its hardware is based on the EVAM software platform which organizes and manages the workflow, allows to manage digital warehouses and acts as a sourcing platform to allow the production of parts on demand, as well as the centralization of orders and distribution. production optimization. ‘ EVAM will be available in three tiers: Digital Warehouse, Production Planning and Scheduling, and Business.

The company has just inaugurated its 2000m2 manufacturing plant in Asturias, where it will develop its exclusive technology. It also has offices in the United Kingdom and the United States.


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