Here comes ‘3D Printing’- A boon for the Indian manufacturing sector
Challenging the conventional way of how an idol is made, Webel-Fujisoft-Vara Centre of Excellence (CoE), an initiative of the Government of West Bengal in association with the Department of Information Technology & Electronics and Directorate of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Government of West Bengal recently unveiled a deity of Maa Saraswati, which was completely crafted and printed in the laboratory of the CoE, through Additive Manufacturing. This symbolic project demonstrates the distinctive benefits of Additive Manufacturing and the scope it has in the Indian manufacturing sector.
The CoE which is a state-of-the-art facility in Kolkata, has been developed by Fujisoft Vara Private Limited, a joint venture between Fujisoft Inc., Japan and Vara Technology, India. It is India’s first platform that harnesses the full scope of the technologies of Industry 4.0, to power industries through innovation, incubation, and develop future-ready talent, delivering an unmatched value proposition through collaboration with the world’s finest institutions and knowledge organizations.
3D Printing in India is being used by various industries including automotive, consumer products, aerospace and defense, healthcare, industrial production, among others. 3D Printing will become an essential part of prototyping, design, and production in most manufacturing sectors. This is the perfect time to develop skill and expertise in this technology in order to be well-placed as the demand for professionals scales up.
Source : Global Prime News