Democratisation of asset classes is an unfolding trend in a world witnessing an appetite for wider asset ownership and an ever-decreasing risk threshold. US VC markets have opened their doors to numerous small investors backing new-age managers who sit on the far end of the VC industry barbell.

On-demand manufacturing-focussed startup on Tuesday said it has raised $6.3 million in a Series A funding round led by Arkam Ventures and Susquehanna Asia Venture Capital.

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Arkam Ventures is also an investor in Jai Kisan, one of India’s fastest-growing rural fintech platforms for farmers and retailers, and Jumbotail, India’s leading B2B food and grocery marketplace and retail platform