AMFG Raises $8.5 Million in Funding to Drive the Future of Fully Autonomous Manufacturing

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AMFG Corp., a rapidly growing Manufacturing Execution System (MES) & workflow automation software for 3D printing company, has raised $8.5 million in funding lead by Intel Capital to further propel them into the next era of industrial change. Jennifer Ard, an Intel Capital investor, has joined AMFG’s board of directors as part of the most recent fundraise. AMFG will use this fresh capital to continue assisting firms in scaling their additive manufacturing processes, cementing AMFG’s position at the vanguard of the autonomous manufacturing revolution.

Automation software’s growing impact over the last two decades, from cost reduction to increased production rates, has been game-changing. 3D printing technologies, in particular, are increasingly penetrating the industry sector.

AMFG Corp., a rapidly developing Manufacturing Execution System (MES) & workflow automation software for 3D printing startup, has raised $8.5 million in funding led by Intel Capital to catapult them towards the next industrial revolution. As part of the most recent fundraise, Jennifer Ard, an Intel Capital investor, has joined AMFG’s board of directors. This new capital will be used by AMFG to continue assisting firms in scaling their additive manufacturing processes, securing AMFG’s position at the forefront of the autonomous manufacturing revolution.

Automation software has had a game-changing impact over the last two decades, from cost reduction to increased production rates. 3D printing technologies, in particular, are making inroads into the industrial sector.

This funding round comes on the heels of a successful year for AMFG. These include expanding into the United States by establishing a global headquarters in Austin, Texas, putting the company in direct contact with the region’s rapidly changing manufacturing scene, and making strategic hires to the AMFG team. AMFG will use this funding to advance its vision of forging a path into the future of autonomous manufacturing.

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