Indian Additive Manufacturing Industry footprint increases at Formnext

2018 was a year of many firsts for the Indian Additive Manufacturing industry on the global stage and at Formnext, the largest congregation of the Additive Manufacturing ecosystem in the world. We had also shared our thought with a article on the Indications of Indian Additive Manufacturing Industry going global.

In 2019 we are seeing the increase, albeit incrementally of the Indian Additive Manufacturing footprint at Formnext and in a way globally. It still has a long way to go, however these are positive signs. Varied Indian enterprises will be present at Formnext this year offering software, service bureaus, solution providers and medical solutions. With this article we aim to give a preview of the Indian presence at Formnext. Let us take a quick look at the Indian companies present at Formnext 2019.

Anatomiz3D Medtech Private Limited | Hall 12.1 Booth- G12

Spine Jigs: A customized tool which helps guide the direction of pedicle screws in spine surgery. It assists with improved accuracy and reduced operation time.
Spine Jigs: A customized tool which helps guide the direction of pedicle screws in spine surgery. It assists with improved accuracy and reduced operation time. Source: Anatomiz3D

Anatomiz3D is one of the pioneers of Medical AM in India and will be presenting it’s extensive capabilities in personalising healthcare using 3D Modelling, 3D Printing and allied technologies conducive to product development. Our expertise in surgical understanding and Medical AM through pioneering work allows us to provide optimum solutions to the healthcare and AM community by the way of executing individual cases, consulting on applications to the AM community to proliferate use and in-house hospital set ups.

 

 

Imaginarium Rapid Private Limited | Hall 12 Booth- B47

Imaginarium is one of India’s leading advanced manufacturing company offering services including additive manufacturing, CNC machining, vacuum casting, injection moulding, forming, and more. Having served over fifty industries like engineering, automotive, foundry, jewellery, healthcare, and more, Imaginarium has established itself as a one-stop-shop for all your manufacturing needs.

Shock Absorber. Source: Imaginarium

This year, the company is showcasing their capabilities and the Rapid Online Factory, and Nishant Shah, Director, is giving a talk on the applications and usage of 3D printing in India. At Formnext, Engineering and Sales/Development Associates will be present to discuss holistic manufacturing solutions specific to every project need.

Marco Polo Products P Ltd | Hall 12.1 Booth- G130

Marco Polo one of India’s leading service bureau and will be showcasing their entire range of services including 3D Printing, vacuum casting/RIM, CNC milling, Soft Tooling and Injection Moulding. Marcopolo will be showcasing select samples for each technology including SLA/SLS and CNC milled parts. There will also be a range of injection moulded samples on display ranging from automotive applications to medical devices

Objectify Technologies Pvt. Ltd | Hall 11.0 Booth- F69

Objectify is capable of  both metal & polymer AM technologies and has served 500+ customers from over 10 different sectors. The infrastructure includes DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering), SLS (Selective Laser Sintering), SLA (Stereolithography Apparatus), VC (Vacuum Casting), CNC Machining and other post-processing technologies. Objectify majorly caters to industries such as aerospace, automotive, oil & gas, space, tooling, heavy engineering, and consumer goods, among others. With relentless quality measurements and standardization Objectify has acquired certificates such as AS9100 Rev D and ISO 9001:2015 by TUV Nord.

“3D printing is ever-evolving field and at Formnext our aim will be to meet as many AM professionals and discuss challenges, technical developments, and possibilities in the 3D printing space. We would like to learn from the global community of 3D printing about the opportunities and demand in specific European countries and share our knowledge and experience about building highly critical parts and dealing with global giants from India,” says Arpit Sahu, Director, Objectify Technologies.

“Since our inception, we have always strived to become better and continuously upgrade our technical know-how. This has resulted in gaining confidence in some of the large companies in India and we have successfully become an import substitute for some global engineering companies. However, we see bigger opportunities in the European market for AM with Germany being one of the leading countries to develop and adopt 3D printing technologies,” adds Arpit.

Wipro3D – Wipro Enterprises (P) Ltd. | Hall 11 Booth- B69

One of our most complex builds till date for Wirpo. Anti -Icing article is used to re-circulate hot compressed air to prevent icing while the aircraft is operating at high altitude. Source: Wipro3D

Wipro 3D is AS9100 and ISO9001 certified full suite Metal Additive Manufacturing solutions provider to Aerospace, Space, Defence, Industrial, Oil and Gas, Heavy Engineering, Automotive, Energy, Nuclear & Healthcare sectors. They deliver AM solutions from a fully integrated Additive Manufacturing facility located in Bangalore, Karnataka – India. In addition, they also cater to their customer requirements through Wipro 3D managed sites.

Wipro 3D AM facilities contain class leading competencies and facilities relating to Additive Manufacturing Design and Engineering, Post Processing, Research and Development Lab, Quality Management System, Testing and Validation.

Indian 3D Printing Network will also be present at Formnext to soak in the insights and innovations which Additive Manufacturing brings to the respective industries and translate the same to the Indian landscape.

For those of you who won’t be able to make it to Formnext, the entire Indian Additive Manufacturing ecosystem will congregate at AMTech on 11-12 December 2019 at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Goregaon. 

Indian 3D Printing Network have also created the India AM Report 2019. This marks the 1st edition of I3DPN’s efforts to map the growing Indian Additive manufacturing Industry and to create an authentic reference point for the key stakeholders of Additive Manufacturing in India and abroad.