Author Archives: Divya Sagar

Zortrax 3D prints parts for Polish electric motorbike Falectra

Zortrax, a Polish 3D printer and materials manufacturer, has prototyped numerous parts for Falectra, the first Polish electric motorbike brand. Using the manufacturer’s Layer Plastic Deposition (LPD) 3D printers and Z-ULTRAT filaments, Falectra has managed to create a fully-functional prototype within its tight budget. Both economical and green, Falectra’s electric motorbike aims to reduce traffic congestion and pollution. It features a zero-emission engine, […]

GF Machining Solutions exhibits new DMP Flex 350 3D printer at Solution Days event

At the GF Machining Solutions 2019 Solution Days event, the company showcased two technologies that make clear its intention to move additive manufacturing into production. GF Machining Solutions’ new DMP Flex 350, on display at the company’s Solution Days event, is one of two new lines of metal powder-bed fusion 3D printers that resulted from […]

Divide By Zero launches High Speed FFF 3D Printer

One of India’s largest 3D printer manufacturer, Divide By Zero has unveiled the AION500 MK3 – one of the fastest 3D Printer in the world, at the Automotive Engineering Show in Chennai. Speaking at the launch, CEO & Founder Swapnil Sansare expressed “3D printing technology has been in the industry for the past 30 years […]

Additive manufacturing to generate $100 billion of incremental value by 2025

A whitepaper on additive manufacturing (AM) potential in the ASEAN region has been revealed by thyssenkrupp. It is a comprehensive research undertaken by the company as a prelude to the official inaugural of its AM TechCenter Hub in Singapore. Thyssenkrupp developed the paper entitled “Additive Manufacturing: Adding Up Growth Opportunities for ASEAN”, in close collaboration with […]

Objectify to showcase its Additive Manufacturing capabilities at AES 2019

Automotive component using AM

India’s leading additive manufacturing solution provider, Objectify Technologies is all set to showcase its capabilities at the upcoming AES 2019 at Hall No. 1, Booth No. A14, India’s most awaited Automotive Show. Scheduled to take place from July 4-6 at Chennai Exhibition Centre, Chennai, the exhibition promises to be an ideal platform for companies and […]

Why Additive Manufacturing For The Aerospace Industry?

The aerospace industry has witnessed many changes in technologies aimed at light products, high quality products, reduced cycle times and the reduction of bottlenecks in the supply chain. 3D printing has been at the forefront of these promising technologies. The two main advantages being finance and applications. The process also has ecological attributes and effectively […]

Topology Optimized Design of Automotive Steering Bracket by Wipro 3D

In the highly competitive Auto industry, speed to market, high strength to weight ratios and fuel efficiency are some of the considerations that constantly drive engineers and designers. Additive Manufacturing (AM) aligns with the needs of the automotive industry, driving advances in vehicle design. In the automotive industry, additive manufacturing has become a high priority, […]

Indian 3D Printer manufacturer installs 3D printed sculpture at Mumbai International Airport

India-based 3D Printer manufacturer Fracktal Works have installed a fully 3D printed sculpture at the Mumbai International Airport, in partnership with London-based architectural studio Nudes and Folds Design Studios. Named “Jhada”, the installation spans over 8ft high and 6ft in breadth and comprises of 61 individual FFF pieces assembled onto a metal structural column. This model is said […]

Impact of 3D Printing on the Jewellery industry

In recent years, 3D printing has developed significantly and can now perform crucial roles in many applications, with the most important being manufacturing, medicine, architecture, custom art and design. The current growth of 3D printing — also known as additive manufacturing — is due to the development of customized parts, prototyping, product designing, and concept modeling, the technology is […]

Michelin and General Motors develop new airless 3D printed fully recyclable car tire ‘Uptis Prototype’

Michelin and GM, two companies that have been making very significant investments in additive manufacturing just presented a disruptive concept for an airless, 3D printed fully recyclable car tire. The Uptis Prototype represents a major advancement toward achieving Michelin’s VISION concept, which was presented at the Movin’On Summit in 2017 as an illustration of Michelin’s strategy for […]