On-Demand Manufacturing Platform 3DCompare successfully raises £150k in Seed Funding

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3DCompare aims to focus on further developing its on-demand manufacturing services

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Above: User-interface of 3DCompare, the on-demand manufacturing platform/Image Credit: 3DCompare

3DCompare, one of the leading on-demand manufacturing platforms, successfully raised a funding of £150k in a recent seed round from a currently undisclosed source. The recent funding secured by 3DCompare, will be used to develop its broad range of services, including its compare tool algorithm for finding suitable manufacturers, allowing it to advance to a new phase of the company’s continuous growth.

3DCompare is an online platform to compare prices for manufacturing parts on demand using 3D printing, CNC machining, injection moulding, laser cutting and more. Users upload their CAD file, and based on shape, material and location, the company will compare prices from 3DCompare’s global network of manufacturers, matching the right partner for its customers using its algorithms.

According to Alex Ziff, CEO of 3DCompare, “These are exciting times over here at 3DCompare. The potential of what we are doing is vast and this is now being picked up on. We will now be able to improve the services we offer to people looking to manufacture virtually anything on-demand. Be it 3D printing, CNC machining or injection moulding, customers can rest assured we’ll be able to find the perfect company to produces their ideas.”

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Since its initial launch, 3DCompare has continued to expand its operations and software, developing into a worldwide network for connecting partners and consumers, thus facilitating 3D printing for a myriad of business uses. The new funding that the company has received acts as a testament to the potential of 3DCompare, made in recognition of its on-demand manufacturing services that are transparent, comprehensive and reliable. With the investment, the company will continue to develop its services based on feedback from its partners and users, building upon the capabilities of its on-demand manufacturing platform and improving the overall experience.

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Alex added furthering his comments, “Partners on our platform benefit from a multitude of new potential customers looking to manufacture parts for a variety of industries. Our platform can help grow your business, exposing a vendor to customers without spending huge amounts on marketing. Furthermore, partners can gain access to our 3D Printing Business service – tools to help improve the overall customer experience of business.”

As well as comparing prices between manufacturers and connecting vendors to customers in the on-demand manufacturing economy, 3DCompare also offers a host of tools to help develop the services of its partners. These include a Content Management System (CMS), an Instant Pricing Tool (IPT), and a Marketing Platform tool. With the additional funding, 3DCompare will also look towards growing these services as well.

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