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Medical imaging startup Lumafield raises $35 million in Series B funding

by Babu Patil
Medical imaging startup Lumafield raises $35 million in Series B funding

Lumafield, a developer of AI-powered X-ray CT scanners, announced a $35 million Series B funding round.  

The company has raised a total of $67.5 million to date, including $32.5 million in Seed and Series A funding rounds.  

Lumafield also appointed two prominent executives to its board. The startup is hiring for a wide variety of roles.

Spark Capital led the Series B round with participation from existing investors Lux Capital, Kleiner Perkins, DCVC, and Future Shape. 

Lumafield has developed an accessible X-Ray CT scanner for engineers. Its easy-to-use scanner and cloud-based analysis software allow engineers to see their work clearly, inside and out. The company promises to revolutionize the way complex products are created, manufactured, and used across industries.

“The manufacturing world is changing dramatically,” said new Lumafield board member Victoria Holt. “Manufacturers are confronted with an increasingly competitive marketplace, radical shifts in supply chains, and ever-higher customer expectations. My experience leading Protolabs gives me an appreciation for the positive impact technology can have on manufacturing. Lumafield offers a technology, a team, and a perspective that promises to reshape the way products are made. I’m very excited to work with Lumafield to realize its vision.”

Lumafield intends to use the fresh funds to build its innovative scanning technology.......