Rosotics, a Mesa, AZ-based additive manufacturing firm, raised $750K in Pre-Seed funding.
The spherical was led by Draper Associates with participation from Correlation Ventures, Vibe Capital, and Sequoia Capital.
The firm intends to make use of the funds to speed up development and increase operations.
Led by Founder and CEO Christian LaRosa and COO Austin Thurman, Rosotics is advancing Rapid Induction Printing,™ based mostly on biomimicry, which requires much less energy than current strategies of steel 3D printing. Rosotics’ proprietary printing system, referred to as ‘Mantis,’ when absolutely deployed, can print gadgets bigger than every other 3D printer to this point. In reality, Mantis (Generation 1) will probably be able to printing from 1.5m (5′) as much as 8m (26′) in diameter, and as much as 9m (30′) in top in aerospace-grade aluminum and metal. The system is goal constructed for the materialization of large-scale 3D printing throughout a variety of functions, together with on-site manufacturing. The firm is at the moment working with the aerospace trade because it rolls out its know-how.