Boeing said Monday it made the investment through its ventures arm HorizonX, which co-led the Series A financing round.
“We are excited to be a distinguished and trusted partner of Boeing’s additive manufacturing supplier base, as we continue to industrialize our processes for the high-rate production of flight-worthy additively manufactured components,” said Ivan Madera, CEO of Morf3D.
“This investment will enable us to increase our engineering staff and expand our technology footprint of EOS M400-4 DMLS systems to better serve the growing demands of our aerospace customers,” Madera added.
Morf3D has developed 3D-printed aluminum and titanium components for Boeing’s helicopters and satellites since its establishment in 2015.
The investment came two months after Boeing signed a five-year agreement with Switzerland-based technology and engineering firm Oerlikon to collaborate on the development of powder bed titanium additive manufacturing processes and materials.