3D Printing in India: A Game-Changing Technology
3D Printing is a technology of the future. Almost all the industries will be benefiting from it. Medical, Aerospace, Defense, Dental, Maxillofacial, Orthopedics, Prosthetics, Medical Devices, Pharma, Tissue Engineering, Automobile, Tools, Engineering, Electronics, Design, Architecture, Construction, Packaging, FMCG, Oil & Gas, Art, Entertainment, Fashion, Jewelry, Education and many more as we progress to more research and development.
For the young aspirants, this is the right time for the New Age India with a youth dominated population directed to them to make India an indigenous hub of manufacturing through MAKE IN INDIA and STARTUP INDIA initiative to manufacture and create their own start up’s investing in smart technologies of the future. And with the current trends, AI, Blockchain, AR, VR, IoT & 3D printing has a great future prospect and will disrupt every industry.
Shri. Subhash Desai, Minister for Industries & Mining, Government of Maharashtra, India, Dr. Ravi M, Senior Principal Scientist, CSIR, Ministry of Science & Technology, Govt of India, Dr. Mansing Pawar, President, 3D Printing Education & Research Association, Dr. John Nesan, MD, CTARS, Maxillofacial Surgeon and Ar. Roshan Cherri, Leadership Director, Ministry of Infrastructure & Construction, Qatar, Business Ambassador Hawaii, USA would be attending the event. 3D printing world conference is a platform on knowledge, networking, and business across sectors and industries.
3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. It enables to produce complex shapes using less material than traditional manufacturing methods. It has a lot of benefits like faster production, cost-effectiveness, can implement assorted raw materials. It has the potential to democratize the production of goods, from food to medical supplies, to great coral reefs. 3D printing will soon be making their way business, disaster sites and even outer space.