On July 23 Inventables announced a $11.5M Series C round to continue working on Easel, the company’s web-based design platform to make the platform compatible with more machines. The round brings Inventables total funding up to $21M.
Inventables is a 3D carving company offering intuitive software and an easy-to-use carving machine, and unique carving materials. Easel, their design platform, is the most accessible and user-friendly design software on the market. Paired with their affordable 3D carving machine, X-Carve, makers of all abilities can produce their first project in minutes. Inventable’s products can be used to create projects like signs, guitars, furniture, drones, and jewelry, along with prototypes for larger projects.
“We are excited to see thousands of American businesses using our products for production,” CEO and founder Zach Kaplan said in the company’s press release. Kaplan is a University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign alumnus. “This investment enables Inventables to enhance the functionality and compatibility of our Easel software, helping our business customers produce products faster and more profitably,” he noted.