Fabric8Labs: A 3D printing company bridging micron precision with high volume production throughput.

At the very forefront of additive innovation, Fabric8Labs brings micron level precision to 3D printing of metals. Tailorable, and robust enough for even the most exotic of customer geometric needs, they facilitate never before seen quality without sacrificing cost, scalability, or throughput. Accomplished with sustainability in mind, their metal feedstock is 100% recyclable, and their process maintains low energy consumption rates.


“Fabric8Labs is pleased to collaborate with TDK Ventures during the next exciting phase of our business. Metal 3D printing is growing faster than any other 3D printing technique, and with our innovative technology, Fabric8Labs is well poised to be a game changer in the additive manufacturing market. With the backing of TDK Ventures, we’ll be able to both accelerate our vision while playing an important role in TDK’s mission to focus on contributing to society through sustainability.”

CEO Jeff Herman

Why we invested in metal 3D printing and Fabric8Labs

Additive manufacturing, commonly known as 3D printing, is the process of making a solid object from a digital file. In this process, successive layers of material — plastic filaments, resin or metal powders — are joined to make an object from 3D model data. Each successive layer bonds to the preceding layer of melted or partially melted material.


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Team members involved with Fabric8Labs

Geetha Dholakia

Portfolio Program Manager

Anil Achyuta

Managing Director

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