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trinckle closes €3 million Series A round led by HZG Group

In addition to the financial resources, HZG Group will help trinckle manage the targeted company growth and drive market penetration

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trinckle, a Berlin-based software specialist for design automation in additive manufacturing, has successfully closed its Series A financing round of €3 million – led by additive manufacturing specialist HZG Group. With this new investment, trinckle wants to further expand its technological capabilities, strengthen the team, and roll out the company’s software solution on a broader scale.

trinckle’s software targets a central problem of additive manufacturing – every application, regardless of the industry, is associated with a relatively high manual design effort. The ‘paramate’ software solution, developed by trinckle, enables the simple automation of design processes. Even users without CAD know-how can configure product designs via trinckle’s cloud platform, while experienced designers can achieve significant leaps in efficiency in their work routines.

trinckle closes €3 million Series A financing round led by HZG Group, who will help trinckle manage the targeted company growth.

“By significantly reducing the entry barriers to design creation and allowing recurring design tasks to be fully automated on-demand, trinckle can give the whole additive manufacturing technology a decisive boost,” said Kerstin Herzog, Managing Director of the HZG Group.

Typical areas of application are medical products tailored to patients such as orthoses, prostheses, or dental applications, components in robotics and automation, components in the automotive industry, individualized lifestyle products, and aids in industrial manufacturing such as jigs, stencils, and gauges. trinckle provides a wide range of customizable templates for customers, for the fast and efficient transfer of their design processes into a digital environment.

trinckle closes €3 million Series A financing round led by HZG Group, who will help trinckle manage the targeted company growth.

“We are very pleased about the proof of trust in the face of the recession. Especially now, many companies are dependent on saving costs. In addition to significant savings potential, our range of solutions offers the opportunity to simplify production processes and roll them out globally. This enables completely new digital processes and business models in the sense of Industry 4.0, which are prepared for the future,” said Florian Reichle, co-founder and Managing Director of trinckle.

With its investment, the HZG Group does not only provide financial resources, but also helps trinckle, with its entrepreneurial and technical expertise in additive manufacturing, to manage the targeted company growth and to drive market penetration. Thanks to the large network of the HZG Group, the next development steps will also be accelerated.

trinckle closes €3 million Series A financing round led by HZG Group, who will help trinckle manage the targeted company growth.
Robotics grippers from Schmalz – designed for specific applications and manufactured additively using trinckle software.

“The recent financing round is the next milestone in the development of our company. We are thrilled to have HZG Group on board, the VC investor who is both entrepreneurially experienced and technically highly versed in 3D printing. This is exactly the right combination at the right time to now take the company to the next level and scale it up,” said Marlene Vogel, co-founder and Technical Managing Director of trinckle.

Today, trinckle’s solutions are already in use at over 30 manufacturing companies worldwide. These include major industry players such as Ford, Volkswagen, Audi Sport, Airbus Helicopters, Phoenix Contact, Schmalz, and Deutsche Bahn.

“trinckle has already demonstrated impressive growth. And we see great market potential for trinckle’s innovative solutions as the AM market matures,” added Susanne Samwer, Finance Director at HZG Group.

Over the next few months, the Berlin-based company plans to hire several new employees and scale-up sales up through partnerships with industry leaders.

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