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Adding value via additive manufacturing

Additive manufacturing (AM), or 3D printing, has gained momentum in India, especially after Covid 19 pandemic when most industries faced supply chain disruptions. 3D printing allows companies to break centralised manufacturing facility into smaller production hubs that can be set up closer to the market.Read more

Govt of India launches policy for additive manufacturing

India, as per the policy, aspires to achieve 5% of global additive manufacturing (AM) market share and thereto add nearly $ 1 billion to the GDP by 2025. This will create eco-system for creation of nearly 100 new start-ups, 10 AM sectors and 1 lakh new skilled manpower.Read more

Imaginarium partners with global 3D printing firm Ultimaker

This partnership will bring Ultimaker’s whole range of desktop 3D printers like Ultimaker S5, Ultimaker S3, Ultimaker S5 Pro Bundle, and the base model of Ultimaker 2+ Connect to India.Read more

Metal 3D printing: Transforming manufacturing sector

The successful adaption of digital technologies is limited by the capabilities of the existing manufacturing systems. This makes Additive Manufacturing (AM) one of the vital components of this new revolution as it has inherently been digital-driven right from its inception, with the perfect combination of software and hardware driving its process, explains Sridhar Balaram.Read more

Atmanirbhar Bharat: Ramping up the scale of manufacturing

During the pandemic, indigenous manufacturing emerged as the most ideal resort to ensure seamless functioning of the industry. Producing high-quality competitive products can be a gateway for expanding the indigenous business globally, says Deepak Pahwa.Read more

IPF’s 3i EXPO to pave the way for transition to Industry 4.0

This will be India’s first of its kind expo comprising 3 events - Exhibition, Conference and IPF Industry Excellence Awards - dedicated to discuss on innovative approaches and strategies for the adoption of Industry 4.0 in India will the involvement of the key stakeholders - the Government, Industry and Academia Read more

Godrej Tooling expects 30% YOY increase in revenues

E-mobility is gaining traction in India due to its eco-friendly feature, tax rebates and low cost of maintenance. Growing electric vehicles industry is expected to increase demand more complex, higher value-added tools.Read more

VDMA India hosts additive manufacturing symposium

While automotive and electronics at present lead in terms of overall market share as well as growth of 3D printing adoption, other sectors like medical, industrial, architecture, etc are also gearing up for AM technology, observed speakers at the symposium. Read more

VDMA India organises additive manufacturing symposium in Bengaluru

Symposium discussed advantages of 3D printing and new avenues of growth for additive manufacturing - the market for which in India is expected to hit $ 79 million in products and services by the end of 2021.Read more

Why does surface finishing matter in metal 3D printing?

3D printing is quick, incredibly accurate and low cost. But the trade-off is a slightly rougher surface. Emily Newton explains why surface finishing matters so much in metal 3D printing.Read more

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