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Indian 3D Printing Service Bureau Offering 3D Printed Keepsake to Celebrate Newborns

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Instapro3d.com is a 3D printing service bureau based in New Delhi, and the startup company digitizes objects and does 3D modeling via a group of professional CAD engineers. Instapro3D 3D-printed-hand-impressionOne of their services is a way to document one of the most important milestones in anyone’s life – the birth of a child, via 3D printed copies of their foot or a hand.

Megha Bhaiya, the Founder and CEO of Instapro3d.com, says these items for new parents allows them to simply create keepsakes through 3D printing.

“All you need to create them is a hand or a foot impression,” Bhaiya says. “The file is then processed and turned into 3D memorabilia and presented to you. Its amazing how you can simply freeze a memory through 3D printing.”

Bhaiya followed in the footsteps of her sister when she left India to study at Lancaster University for a year. As part of her BBA Business Studies degree at the GD Goenka World Institute, Bhaiya spent her final year there finishing her studies. She says it was an ideal choice for her as an international student as she met people from all over the world.

Megha Bhaiya

Megha Bhaiya

Bhaiya began Instapro3D to create “a platform to turn your imagination into reality.” She says 3D printing fascinated her as it allows engineers, artists and designers to apply their skills and leverage the power of design “to give birth to amazing creations.”

From key chains to bike models; from hair-clips to screwdrivers; from an upside-down bottle to an imaginary helicopter design, Bhaiya says 3D printing sets designers free to create products and their work is restricted only to the limits of their imagination

“If you have broken a piece of machinery, you can just get it replicated here,” she says. “You can make quick models of your product before a presentation – even design your own jewelery.”

She also says this latest offering from her new company includes one element of inestimable value.

“We believe that birth of a child is a very emotional and memorable time for parents, and freezing a part of this memory for them would be priceless,” she says. “Thanks to 3D printing, doing this is absolutely simplified.”

You can check out Bhaiya’s company at their website, Instapro3D.com, and pricing information for the foot and hand keepsakes is available through the company’s contact page here…

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Would you document the birth of a child with a 3D printed keepsake? Let us know in the Instapro3D forum thread on 3DPB.com.

 

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