Jordanian startup Mixed Dimensions raised USD1 million to go mainstream
Jordanian startup firm Mixed Dimensions has transferred to Silicon Valley with the goal of simplifying its 3D process through browser-based 3D design tools for the masses, reported TechCrunch. The report added that the move was also for MXD to allow a cloud platform for locating services that are related as well as browsing and sharing 3D objects.
Mixed Dimensions told TechCrunch, “Today all design tools require the user to learn a lot of 3D concepts which are difficult by nature and our approach tries to make it as simple as drawing. Hence, users can simply draw and elevate shapes into 3D.”
The startup added, “If you don’t have a touch screen, we offer a ‘pencil’ function, which you can freely draw and make it 3D. Also, with other 3D software packages, the user needs to utilize additional software packages to get the design ready for printing. MXD has technology that generates 3D printer instructions directly on the fly. Not only it checks files, generates the G-Code but also repairs files not ready for printing.”