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MXD3D Just raised $4.3M. Enough to compete with Netfabb ?

by • April 13, 2016 • No Comments

  • Mixed Dimensions (MXD3D) was founded in 2013 by Baha Abu Nojaim and Mo Taslaq. Mo is a serial entrepreneur, gaming addict, interactive 3D passionate and one of the largest fans of Real Madrid FC and San Francisco 49rs. Baha is the IT brain behind Mixed Dimensions. Those two guys have a big vision to lead the 3D digital content creation and printing revolution.

    With the closing of a $4.3M round, certainly they are on the right track to manufacture their dreams true. This gives them a great position to compete with Netfabb and the others players who try to streamline the printing system.



    In only three years MX3D grow into a team of 30 employees, mainly based in Jordan with an office in San Francisco. Their flagship products are Gameprint.io & Makeprintable.com. The former allows for users to get 3D printable models of their gameplay, while the later instantly prepares 3D files for 3D printing.

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    On
    March 31, MXD3D closed a $4.3M round of Silicon Badia and Zaid Ayoub, the early backers, along with Dolby Venture, DFJ Athena and Alsop Louie Partners, joining them on the round. This brings the total tally raised since inception to $5M.

    Makeprintable aims to repair broken 3D files to manufacture them printable. I’m not surprised which it’s one of the initially app to find its place on the Thingiverse Developers’ API as the Makerbot platform hosts worthwhile number of non-printable files. Wondering how MakePrintable stands compare to Meshlab, MiniMagics, and Netfabb, I tried to heal my favourite broken file and which’s what I get:

    MakePrintableBeta

    Overall, not a bad outcome. On this particular file, Netfabb generated a magnificent repaired file. Hopefully with the new funding and the great work of the team, I’m certain which we can hear back soon of Mo with amazing news.


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