Immensa Employs A Funding To Develop The Middle East Capacity

Founded in 2016, Immensa’s mission is to promote 3D printing in the United Arab Emirates. Clients interested in maximizing the commercial potential of 3D printing can use the firm’s consultancy, design, and rapid prototyping services.

Based on what we’ve heard, this company is the only one in the Gulf Cooperation Council to have earned the prestigious ISO 9001 accreditation (GCC).

Immensa has partnered with companies like BigRep, a maker of large-scale 3D printers, to build a smart concrete wall, and with RSA Global, a logistics service, to develop a virtual warehouse for 3D printed items.

Because of Dubai’s ambitious intention to use 3D printing to construct at least 25% of each construction by 2025, Immensa opened its first 3D printing plant in the city in 2017.

Since then, the firm has filed a patent application detailing a process for making concrete in large quantities.

Soon after, in 2020, the firm acquired Shakl3D and LayLabs, expanding its presence in the Saudi Arabian 3D printing business and giving it greater access to the country’s industrial, manufacturing, oil and gas, and allied markets.

In the short term, the funds will be utilized to enlarge Immensa’s existing operations in Saudi Arabia. Then, and only then, would it make an effort to expand into foreign markets?

With Immensa’s digital inventory system, customers may 3D print and personalize components on demand. This photograph was obtained with the use of Immensa Technology Labs’ aid.

Immensa has raised $7 million in Series A funding and claims to be working towards achieving its objective of becoming the leading provider of smart manufacturing and disruptive technologies like 3D printing in Saudi Arabia.

Their market is expected to grow from an anticipated $15 billion in 2018 to more than $52 billion by 2026.

The firm wants to take advantage of regional initiatives to increase competitiveness in the industrial sector and build on the region’s momentum in the smart technology industry since the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus.

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