Vitro3D logoVitro3D is bringing dental aligner manufacturing to the patient's point of care using a brand-new volumetric 3D printing method. Learn More

The CU Boulder Connection

Vitro3D was founded in 2020 by Camila Uzcategui and Johnny Hergert to bring to market their revolutionary volumetric 3D printing technology developed while PhD students in Bob McLeod's lab (Engineering) at CU Boulder. Partnering with CU Boulder, Vitro3D has harnessed programs such as the NSF I-CorpsTM: Hub West Starting Blocks and Research-to-Market (R2M)Lab Venture Challenge (LVC), Destination Startup® and the New Venture Challenge (NVC). Vitro3D is also part of Innosphere Ventures’ Colorado Life Sciences Incubator cohort, with backing from the Buff Venture Fund, and is focused on three distinct markets—first the dental market, then 3D cell culture for drug development, and scaffolds for human organ and tissue regeneration. Read More

Funding Status and Investment Opportunities

  • Industry: Advanced Materials, Medical Devices, Hardware and Instrumentation
  • Funding Stage: Seed Round
  • Contact for Investment Inquiries: Contact

CU Boulder Programs

Path to Commercialization

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