Wipro 3D launches indigenously developed industrial grade 3D printer

  • Industry News
  • Dec 02,22
This made-in-India 3D printer, F300–2, is designed to cater to the educational institutes, industries, engineering and R&D centers.
Wipro 3D launches indigenously developed industrial grade 3D printer

Bangalore

Wipro 3D, a part of Wipro Infrastructure Engineering (WIN) and India’s leading provider of additive manufacturing (or 3D printing) solutions, has launched its first product in its line of indigenously developed 3D printers. This unique printer is an industrial grade, robust and reliable printer based on Fused Filament Fabrication technology. 

The Wipro 3D F300-2 is state-of-the-art 3D printer has features like automatic platform levelling, magnetic print bed, self-cleaning nozzle and dual filtration to ensure user safety and high-quality 3D prints. It is IOT enabled and allows remote monitoring and control capabilities over the internet through any computer or any smartphone. The humidity monitored warm filament storage bay in the F300-2 printer ensures that the filament quality does not deteriorate. The printer also has ability to print a wide range of materials as per the needs of the user.

Commenting on the latest launch, Pratik Kumar, CEO, Wipro Infrastructure Engineering (WIN), said, “We are pleased to launch the first of its kind from Wipro, an industrial grade 3D printer’s line-up, which are robust, reliable and indigenously developed with unique tech enabled features. In the last ten years, Wipro 3D has enabled customer success through expertise in metal additive manufacturing and are now foraying in the Industrial grade Polymer 3D printing through our newly launched line of printers. We are happy to share that all of our 3D printers will be designed and Made in India. This aligns very well with our vision to be the leader in additive manufacturing technology, offering end-to-end solutions over a wider range of technologies for our customers across industry verticals.”

At the launch, Yathiraj Kasal, General Manager and Business Head for Wipro 3D, said, “The Wipro F300–2 is the first of our, industrial grade 3D printer, which is designed with the industry needs in mind, with a capability of printing multiple industrial-grade materials. This dual nozzle printer with magnetic, heated and automatic levelling platform can deliver quality components for functional use. Further through IOT enabled features like remote visual monitoring and critical parameter monitoring & control, Engineers and Researchers can manage print jobs remotely through their smart devices.”

He added, “This printer is best suited for prototyping, demo models, end use parts and limited batch production for industries like automotive, aerospace & defence, oil & gas, medical, educational institutions, research institutes, etc.”

Commenting on the launch and partnership with Wipro 3D, Ramesh Natarajan, CEO, Redington Limited, shared, “We are excited to join hands with Wipro 3D for the distribution of their newly launched polymer 3D printer across the country. This partnership will accelerate the adoption of additive manufacturing technology across various industries. We will support Wipro 3D’s foray into indigenous design & development of 3D printers, with our dense distribution network across MSME, education institutes & industrial houses. Our collaboration will fuel new use cases of innovation and applications of 3D printing across different sectors. This partnership is also a combined effort of both companies, to support the ‘National Strategy on Additive Manufacturing’ launched by the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology in February, this year with the intent of catering to the next generation of digital manufacturing and lessening the local disabilities affecting our country.”

Ramesh Kalpathy, VP, Redington Limited - Digital Printing, shared, "Our partnership with Wipro 3D will boost our efforts to democratise 3D printing via indigenous products in India. This partnership will also help upskill the present-day industry workforce and serve as a contribution towards the Skill India program launched by the Indian Government. Our collaboration will equip our customers with the resources and capabilities to reduce manufacturing wastage, lower production & prototyping costs, and achieve sustainable goals. These benefits will help promote Make in India policies for several OEMs and mass production companies, at the back of advanced manufacturing processes with efficient cost inputs."

Commenting on the launch, Dr Ramesh Venkatesan, CEO, Kaizenat, said, “3D printing is an industry that is on the launch pad for a meteorical growth. Wipro's new product 'F300-2' brings a new dimension to this industry. F300-2' reflects Wipro's legacy of building high-quality products with state-of-class technology. Kaizenat is very excited to be part of this value chain that can significantly accelerate and innovate industry's product development process.  We are quite optimistic about this new product from Wipro's Stable which is poised to be the market leader in this segment. The synergy between Kaizenat and Wipro will help companies to embrace this state of art product through our strong distribution network across India.”

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