Industrial, Consumer & IoT-Based R&D Product Development Centres

Marshalling the next wave of industrial revolution, IoT and 3D printing are taking product development to the next level with extremely detailed prototypes. 3D printing is being embraced in this industry primarily because it allows for a high level of customization and flexibility.

R&D Development Centers
Education

Education

From 3D artworks for graphic design and lifelike prints for biology or culinary arts aspirants to engineering and automotive prototypes, 3D printing technology has revolutionized the education sector in an unprecedented manner.

Jewelry

Since jewelry is all about intricacy and detailing, 3D printing is widely used in this industry to create custom jewelry. 3D printing technology enables jewelry designers to transform their design concepts into tangible models in a quick and cost-effective manner.

Jewellry
Dental

Dental

The modern world of dentistry incorporates 3D printing in a huge way, using it to create orthodontic or prosthodontic models, crowns, bridges and dentures. Apart from this, additive manufacturing can also be used for making surgery tools and other instruments that dentists might need.

Medical

3D printing has taken the medical industry by storm. Crafting custom prosthetics, creating organ replicas for surgeons to analyze or practice on, making small and complex surgical instruments Рadditive manufacturing has several applications in the medical field.

Medical
Food

Food

The food industry is burgeoning, thanks to the influx of technologies like 3D printing. Additive manufacturing-enabled food production is the latest trend in the industry and will only grow stronger in the years to come. From printing fresh food to carving intricate designs, 3D printing has transformed the food segment.

Automobile

Vehicle design is a highly complicated process and calls for several rounds of research and testing. Additive manufacturing plays an important role here, developing rapid automotive prototypes in the pre-production stage. Today, automobile businesses also rely on 3D printing to create samples of individual parts and even scale models of the vehicle being developed.

Automobile
Aerospace

Aerospace

Testing design concepts, creating mockups and analyzing the functional performance of any part used in the aerospace industry is an important part of the production and innovation process. Instead of traditional manufacturing methods (like machining), 3D printing offers a great deal of flexibility to experiment and produce outputs within no time.

Defense

Armor, masks, artillery… the demand for 3D printing is at an all-time high in the defense arena, since the functional testing of any kind of equipment is indispensable. 3D printing offers the defense industry quick solutions to their complex and detailed prototyping needs.

Defence