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3D printing company at ANU is one of world’s top 10 startups to watch

Nick Fuller

February 17, 2023

Photo: Kerrie Brewer

“Most 3D printing uses heat or light to pattern plastic or material,” said cofounder Professor Luke Connal, Professor of Chemistry at ANU. “What we’re doing is quite different.”

Syenta only came out of “stealth mode” last year, but it has already interested investors and tech experts. It raised $3.7 million in seed funding from investment firm Blackbird Ventures in December, while online magazine listed it as one of the top 10 3D printing startups to watch in the world. Now, Syenta gives at least one demo a week for local or international companies.

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