Ontario, Canada · Toronto, ON, Canada
June 1, 2014
3D printers are tools used primarily for communication and utility. Their value, however, is derived from the objects they create. By focusing on multi-color and multi-material printing, Mosaic expands the range of objects that desktop printers can create. The team initially entered the market with an accessory to upgrade existing machines and is now working with printer manufacturers to integrate the technology directly into 3D printers. To date, Mosaic has generated over $300,000 in sales/pre-sales, secured over $1M in signed distribution contracts, raised over $1.3M in funding, shipped the first batch of units, and established partner papers for the first 500 integrated units.Something looks off?