Create It Real raises $1.7M from the state-owned Danish Growth Fund to further grow its 3D printing business.

Denmark Investments 27 February 2018
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Create It Real, an Aalborg, Denmark-based company acting as an R&D center for developing 3D printing solutions, announced securing DKK 10M ($1.65M) in an investment round.

The money comes from investors led by VF Venture (Vaekstfonden - The Danish Growth Fund) and will be used to further expand the development team and to grow the visbility of the company outside the 3D printing industry.

Create It Real, founded in 2009 by CEO Jeremie Pierre Gay, launched the worldwide first real-time processor dedicated to 3D printing back in 2013. The company is selling its platform to 3D printer manufacturers and corporate end-users for ad-hoc projects. Their patent pending technology's main benefit is a print speed up to 5 times faster than traditional FDM printers in the market today. Additional features of the platform include an Augmented Reality feature to preview real size projects, and a REALvision slicer supports STL and G-code files.