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Additive Manufacturing

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May 8, 2024

Rapid Liquid Print raises USD 7 million in Series A funding to expand production and team

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  • Rapid Liquid Print (RLP), a 3D printer manufacturer, has raised USD 7 million in Series A funding round led by Germany's HZG Group, with participation from BMW i Ventures and MassMutual.

  • The company plans to use the funding to expand production, expand its team, and develop more business areas. 

  • Established as a spinoff from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Rapid Liquid Print offers large-scale 3D printers that leverage a proprietary printing process named “rapid liquid print." The process involves injecting a liquid material mixture into a gel-filled container via a nozzle to create an object in 3D space. The company claims the printing process takes minutes and requires no additional support structures to be printed. Moreover, the printed objects can reportedly be used immediately without post-processing.

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