Supercraft 3D offers its solutions across three verticals: medical models, implants and surgical instruments.
Flipkart founder Binny Bansal, has reportedly invested in a 3D Printing startup Supercraft3D, pouring in USD 1 Mn (INR 6.6 Cr) into the company. Four other undisclosed angel investors also participated in the funding round.
This is Flipkart’s fifth investment in the healthcare space. The Singapore-headquartered company was founded in 2016, by Maltesh Somasekharappa. The startup is an Additive Manufacturer service bureau with a focus on healthcare and medical applications.
The company offers its solutions across three verticals: medical models, implants and surgical instruments.
As per the company's LinkedIn profile, the startup is first in Asia to be able to offer additive manufactured customised body implants made of a bio-compatible Titanium alloy.
The page also mentions, "Using sophisticated hardware and software, we are able to convert traditional X-Ray, MRI, CT and other diagnostic images into clear transparent 3D Models, at a fraction of the cost and in most cases within 24 Hrs. These models are highly accurate and help the doctor to plan a better