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Replique extends seed round funding

Lead investor STS Ventures and all other investors have increased their financing

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Replique, an industrial 3D printing platform, has extended its seed funding round after its initial funding in May 2023. Lead investor STS Ventures, renowned for their expertise in early-stage B2B startups, and all other investors have increased their financing in Replique.

“We’re very optimistic about Replique’s future. The strong customer growth and continuous platform extension both by function and region demonstrate the team’s commitment and the value they bring to customers. The company converted numerous proof-of-concept projects successfully to serial applications with their customers,” said Stephan Schubert from STS Ventures.

“Seeing the progress of our portfolio company Replique is truly remarkable. The commitment and support from the existing investors are invaluable contributors to this success,” said Markus Bold, Managing Director of Chemovator, the business incubator and early-stage investor of BASF where Replique’s journey began.

Replique extends seed round funding. Lead investor STS Ventures and all other investors have increased their financing.

Replique enables companies to shift from a physical to a digital inventory and provides industrial-grade parts via a secure network of more than 100 production partners. Over the past few months, through numerous customer projects, the company has shown the added value that the solution creates for the efficient and flexible manufacturing of spare parts, small series, and high-performance parts. Leading companies like Alstom, BASF, Miele, Danfoss, MAN, and more than 80 others trust Replique to deliver parts on demand.

With the extended seed funding, Replique will invest in the development of new platform modules to further automate and extend its 3D printing services. Moreover, Replique plans to increase its network of qualified production partners globally to satisfy the strong demand for on-demand manufactured industrial parts. The company aims to deepen its integration with existing business systems, making it easier for companies of all sizes to leverage the benefits of on-demand 3D printing.

“We are thrilled about the continued trust and further funding from our proven investors,” said Max Siebert, CEO and Co-founder of Replique. “The great relationship with our investors and their additional resources will enable us to fully focus on our core business. This seed extension enables us to further develop the necessary structures to efficiently handle the increasing number of large orders in the future, ultimately accelerating our growth and delivering even greater value to our customers.”

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