restor3d has successfully closed a $55 million Series A funding round, led by Summers Value Partners, along with an additional $15 million in debt financing from Trinity Capital. This substantial funding will drive growth and innovation in key areas such as the release of new patient-specific 3D printed implant systems, investment in advanced 3D printing technologies, software and AI-based automation, and the expansion of medical education programs.

With a commitment to enhancing medical education and training, restor3d plans to use the new funds to broaden its educational initiatives. These initiatives will provide surgeons and the sales team with comprehensive training on the latest technologies and surgical techniques in orthopedic and reconstructive surgery. This strategic focus aims to ensure that healthcare professionals are well-equipped to utilize cutting-edge 3D printing solutions for improved patient care.

“This fundraising round reflects the strong confidence our investors have in restor3d’s vision and potential,” said CEO Kurt Jacobus. “With this capital, we can accelerate our mission to revolutionize orthopedic care through personalized 3D printed implants. We are eager to enhance patient outcomes and advance orthopedic care significantly. We deeply appreciate our investors’ support and look forward to continued growth and success in the future.”


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