After the opening of its first China office in Shanghai earlier this year, Anisoprint, a leading provider of composite 3D printing solutions, completed a successful fundraiser and relocated its global headquarters to a neighboring city of Suzhou, one of the country’s top industry hubs.
The company relocated from Luxembourg after closing its first funding round, led a top-tier Chinese venture capital firm investing in deep tech startups. The move to a new, larger facility will enable Anisoprint to scale production of its industrial 3D printers to meet growing customer demand.
The company’s new headquarters is located within the Changshu Economic and Technological Development Zone and includes an 8,000 square meters of production and office facilities. The additional space and funding will allow Anisoprint to ramp up production of its PROM IS 500 3D printers to over 200 units per year and release a new generation of desktop 3D printers.
With its new headquarters at the heart of China’s vibrant tech scene, Anisoprint aims to accelerate product development and expand its operations to meet growing customer demand in the Asia Pacific region and beyond. Anisoprint’s industrial 3D printers enable the production of high-performance composite parts for applications like automotive, aerospace, and robotics.
“We’re thrilled to join Suzhou’s thriving community of ambitious startups and global tech companies,” said Fedor Antonov, CEO of Anisoprint. “Our new headquarters and strong VC backing will allow us to scale up rapidly and bring our transformative 3D printing technology to more customers worldwide.
As part of this strategic move into China, Anisoprint has appointed Ryan Liu as Executive Vice President and Head of Sales. Liu has driven the company’s growth in China since 2020, achieving a 400% sales leap in 2022 and making Ansioprint a dominant player on the Chinese composite material 3D printing market.
“I’m excited to join the Anisoprint team,” said Mr. Liu. “Anisoprint is poised to transform industrial 3D printing with its patented CFC technology and PROM IS 500 system. I look forward to working with our customers and partners around the world to demonstrate how Anisoprint’s solutions can revolutionize their product design and manufacturing processes.
Anisoprint’s patented Composite Fiber Co-Extrusion (CFC) technology produces highly customizable, lightweight and high-strength parts with aerospace-grade materials at an affordable cost. The company’s industrial 3D printers are designed for 24/7 operation, with high throughput and repeatable quality to meet the demands of volume production. Anisoprint’s CCF technology unlocks new design possibilities and supply chain efficiencies for manufacturers across industries.