DURHAM – RESTOR3D, a Durham-headquartered , has raised nearly $14 million and plans to add up to $8 million more.

The funding comes from 147 investors, according to the company’s SEC filing, signed earlier this week by the startup’s CEO Andrew Miller.

According to the filing, which opened on March 1, all of the investment will come in the form of equity.

Last year, the firm raised $13 million from 101 investors in May, and announced it had merged with a Pennsylvania-based company.

The company’s website notes that the firm works to enable surgeons to “repair and reconstruct the human body by uniting 3D printing, biomaterials, biomechanics, and AI.”

Technology developed by the firm can be put in place within 14 days, the website states.  The company is hiring “due to rapid growth,” according to its careers webpage.

The company has ties to Duke University, including its cofounder, Ken Gall, Ph.D., who said in a statement in May 2021 that the future of surgical reconstructions would “be performed with implants that are tuned to the anatomy, biomechanics, and tissue biology of individual patients and explicitly designed and improved based on data sets of pre- and post- operative clinical data.”

The company has not yet responded to a request for comment from WRAL TechWire.


Durham’s restor3d raises $13M from 101 investors, merges with Pennsylvania medtech firm