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Intech Launches iFusion LF Series of Large-Format Metal 3D Printers

Bengaluru-based Intech Additive Solutions Pvt Ltd. (Intech) is, according to its website, is one of the first metal 3D printing service providers in India; an OEM that successfully develops and…

Wabtec and HP Partner on Facility for Railway 3D Printing

From spare aircraft parts to interior décor, nearly entirely 3D printed car prototypes, and train parts that can be printed out easily rather than tracked down years after they may…

Wipro3D Opens New Metal Additive Manufacturing Center in India

Wipro3D was launched in 2012, a unit of Indian company Wipro Infrastructure Engineering, and has become one of India’s additive manufacturing leaders. The company offers metal additive manufacturing services to…

ISRO Using Simulated Soil and 3D Printing to Construct Lunar Habitats

This year, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch its second trip to the moon. If all goes well, the 3,290 kg Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft will be orbiting over the far side of…

3D Printing in India: A Conversation with Stratasys India’s General Manager

3D printing technology is taking the world by storm, but despite the fact that the nuts and bolts of it might be the same the world round, the context can…