Ethereal Machines, a manufacturer of precision engineering parts, Monday announced that it has secured funding of $7.3 million from Peak XV’s Surge, Blume Ventures, Ganapathy Subramaniam, partner at Celesta Capital; Mathew Cyriac, the former head of Blackstone India; and Lip-Bu Tan, executive chairman of Cadence Design Systems and chairman of Walden International.
“The new funds will enable us to scale our operations and cater to more high-end engineering applications locally and internationally,” said Kaushik Mudda, co-founder of Ethereal Machines.
Founded in 2014 by Kaushik Mudda and Navin Jain, Ethereal Machines produces precision engineering components via its proprietary multi-axis CNC machines. The company aims to capture growth opportunities in India’s manufacturing sector, which accounts for 17% of the nation’s GDP and employs over 27.3 million workers.
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