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3D printed construction startup Tvasta receives Rs 3 cr investment

Tvasta is an IIT-Madras incubate, started in the 3D printed home segment

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BS Reporter  |  Mumbai 



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Habitat for Humanity International through its Shelter Venture Fund invested Rs 30 million ($411,000) in Tvasta Manufacturing Solutions to increase production of affordable 3D printed homes in India. Hestia Partners and Capnetic Investments joined Habitat in investing in the construction technology startup.

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First Published: Thu, October 21 2021. 17:45 IST

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