The British company AMufacture, a provider of additive manufacturing, has received a seven-figure investment from the private equity firm Maven. AMufacture specializes in contract manufacturing using various 3D printing processes, in particular based on HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology.
According to the company, AMufacture intends to use the investment to expand its own production. The aim is to be able to meet the strong demand for specialized services. Maven sees great growth potential in AMufacture through the combination of experienced management and the provision of additional financial resources.
AMufacture offers prototyping and series production via 3D printing for customers from various industries. In addition to parts production, the range of services also includes consulting, digital data management and optimization of CAD data for additive manufacturing. Having started out in the maritime sector, the company now also serves the automotive industry, medical technology, consumer goods and sports, among others. The company uses common 3D printing processes such as Multi Jet Fusion, DLP, SLS and SLA as well as traditional manufacturing methods.
According to company founder Craig Pyser, the partnership with Maven will enable AMufacture to further expand its leading position in contract manufacturing with 3D printing. The investment offers the opportunity to meet the demand for 3D printed parts by expanding production capacity.