Wikifactory is a social platform for collaborative product development, connecting product developers with the tools to accelerate their work.

Wikifactory is the place where great ideas become even better products.

Wikifactory was founded in 2015 by Nicolai Peitersen, Tom Salfield, Christina Rebel, and Maximilian KampikView Maximilian Kampik. The company is headquartered in Madrid, Spain, with offices in Denmark, London and China.


Wikifactory enables developers, designers, engineers and startups from across the globe to collaborate, prototype and produce hardware solutions in real-time that solve real world problems.


Wikifactory is working to build the Internet of Production, which is an emerging concept of a distributed, interoperable, open standards-based system, linking together product definitions, software services, and manufacturing-as-a-service (MaaS) solutions.


Wikifactory is adopted by a global community of 130,000 engineers, designers, makers and hardware startups across 190 countries.


Wikifactory is backed by Lars Seier Christensen, and others. The company raised $2.5M in pre-Series A round on May 17, 2022. This brings Wikifactory's total funding to $10.3M to date.



  • Year founded: 2015
  • Funding Info: $10.3M over 4 Rounds (Latest Funding Type: Pre-Series A)
  • Yearly Revenue: NA
  • Employee Size: 11-50
  • Business Valuation: NA
  • City/Town: Madrid
  • State: Madrid
  • Country: Spain
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