Thornton Tomasetti invests in 3D printing firm

XtreeE focuses on large-scale 3D-printing for the AEC industry.

June 10, 2019 |

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Thornton Tomasetti’s innovation investment arm, TTWiiN Investment Partners, has recently invested in XtreeE, a Paris-based technology company focusing on large-scale 3D printing solutions for the architecture, engineering, and construction industry.

XtreeE was founded in 2015 and is at the forefront of large-scale additive manufacturing, primarily in concrete. The company helps clients with collaborative design and large-scale prototype manufacturing and also offers access to large-scale 3D printing systems. Currently, XtreeE is helping to open a new production unit in the United Arab Emirates.

 

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“We are pleased to help XtreeE pioneer new applications that will enable project teams to push the frontiers of design through digital fabrication,” said Ray Daddazio, President of Thornton Tomasetti, in a release. “XtreeE is not only on the leading edge of this technology, but has the capability to deliver optimized structures.”

Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

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