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Türkiye’s Zaxe receives $2 million 3D printing investment

The round was led by the Regional Development Fund, under the umbrella of the PCP Technology Opportunities Fund and the Türkiye Development Fund

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Zaxe, a Turkish 3D printer manufacturer, has received a $2 million investment, in a round led by the Regional Development Fund, under the umbrella of the PCP Technology Opportunities Fund and the Türkiye Development Fund, with the participation of existing investors including KVK, Omurga Technology Fund, Nevzat Aydın, Ali Demir Akel, and Muzaffer Akpınar.

“Since 2015, with our vision of making production simpler and faster, independent of traditional production methods, we have continued our activities and gained momentum on our path to becoming the fastest-growing player in the global market. We will continue to maintain this momentum with the new investment we have received,” stated the company’s post on LinkedIn.

With high-speed printing capability, AI-based technologies, and plug-and-play designs, the Zaxe ecosystem – consisting of hardware, software, and materials – continues to serve users in more than 15 countries, including those in Europe and North America.

“With this new investment we have received, we aim to become one of the significant players in the global market and continue our vision of making production simpler and faster, independent of traditional manufacturing methods,” said Zaxe founders Baki Gezgen and Aydonat Atasever.

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