Feelit has raised $1.5 million. The funding for this round came from Takwin, which specializes in investments in the Arab-Israeli sector, Exit Valley, and the venture fund of the Technion. This new round comes after the company had already raised an initial Seed Round of NIS 100,000 from M Ventures, the innovations lab of Merck and Israel’s Innovation Authority. Feelit prints nanomaterial sensing solutions that can be placed on almost any object to report on the structural integrity of the object. Feelit can be used in a whole range of industrial products to detect difficulties before they impact operations.