Morf3D secures additional funding from Boeing

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Morf3D, a metals additive manufacturing leader specializing in precision manufacturing and engineering for the aerospace industry, has secured a new round of funding from Boeing HorizonX Ventures. The additional funding follows a significant increase in customer demand.

"Our latest strategic investment in Morf3D extends our commitment to our Industry 4.0 efforts, technologies that can transform aerospace supply chains for future growth and competitiveness," said Brian Schettler of Boeing HorizonX Ventures. "We continue to work closely with Morf3D to help them bring innovation through additive manufacturing to more aerospace manufacturing partners."

Since the company was established in 2015, Morf3D has helped clients develop, qualify and manufacture highly complex structures for flight. The company has become a leader in the aerospace additive manufacturing industry, serving the world's largest aerospace OEMs including Boeing, Honeywell, Collins Aerospace and numerous others.

Following the recent increase in customer demand, Morf3D has expanded its additive manufacturing footprint, increased its investment in precision machining technology and doubled its workforce with additional engineering, quality and support staff. "It is amazing to see our strategy come to life! Our vision to become a world-class leader in metals additive manufacturing for the aerospace industry is truly taking form," said Ivan Madera, Morf3D's founder and CEO.

Morf3D leverages a system of work that creates a new paradigm for customer engagement and collaboration, creating outcomes that accelerate the adoption and certification of additive manufacturing flight hardware. "At Morf3D, we don't sell parts in the traditional sense. We sell a process that evokes certainty," said Ivan Madera.

The company uses state-of-the-art software combined with engineering expertise to significantly reduce mass, while increasing performance and functionality of manufactured parts.

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