Startup specializing in 3D printed medical implants raises $1 million

Startup company, Supercraft3D, has raised $1 million in investments that will help them move forward in advancing its 3D medical implants.

Maltesh Somaskeharappa and Venkataramana Gorti founded Supercraft3D in September 2016 with the intention of developing medical models based on CT scans, MRIs and x-rays, in addition to implants and surgical instruments.

While there have been many companies with similar services popping up worldwide, Supercraft 3D is known for creating products with bio-compatible titanuium alloy. 

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