The startup Vectoflow, which specializes in 3D-printed flow, has raised 4 million euros in a Series A financing round. New investors such as Innovationsfonds II, WN Invest GmbH, asto One Investment GmbH, argo vantage GmbH, Schwarz Holding GmbH, Dr. Rolf Pfeiffer as well as existing investors such as AM Ventures and KfW Bankengruppe participated in the round.
According to the company, Vectoflow plans to use the funds to set up series production. The company intends to tailor its proprietary flow measurement technology specifically to customers in the aviation and energy sectors.
Johann Oberhofer from main investor AM Ventures sees Vectoflow at the beginning of a success story. The founders recognized the potential of 3D printing for their specialized probes early on. Now, after years of research, the company is moving closer to series production.
According to CEO Christian Haigermoser, Vectoflow primarily wants to strengthen its in-house capabilities in sensor production. The company is also planning to open up new markets, particularly in the aviation and wind power sectors.
With the latest financial injection, Vectoflow is well equipped for the next phase of growth. The Munich-based start-up is on course for a leading position in 3D-printed flow measurement systems.