INDIAN SCENARIO

3DCeram partners with Shree Rapid Technologies to Advance 3D Printed Ceramics in India

Above: 3DCeram’s hybrid capability for printing Ceramic AM/Image Source: 3DCeram

3DCeram, a French company specializing in 3D ceramic processes and materials, has partnered with India-based Shree Rapid Technologies (SRT) to strengthen the foothold of the company and advance 3D Printed Ceramics in the Indian market. The partnership will aid in pooling both companies’ additive manufacturing expertise in India.

Established in 2007, Shree Rapid Technologies has become the premier supplier of additive manufacturing technology in the country, with global brands as the principal partners SRT has established itself as the enablers of 3D printing in India. With this partnership SRT moves a step closer to its goal of becoming an end-to-end AM workflow supplier to the manufacturing industry. Becoming one of a kind technology company to provide Pre-Production, Production and Post-Production technology and services to its clients. Leading the way to a more Atmanirbhar Bharat.

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Above: 3D printed ceramic samples/Image Source: 3DCeram

3DCeram’s 3D printed ceramics technology offers enormous flexibility when designing items for the medical, luxury goods and industrial sectors. And now, thanks to the Ceramaker 900 from 3DCeram, it is possible to manufacture large items of incomparable quality and provide a real boost to your innovation process.

3DCeram has applications in automotive, aerospace and defence, aeronautics and biomedical industry.

“As a ceramic engineer, I have been working in the ceramic field for 30 years as well in the traditional industry like bricks and roofing tiles, floor tiles or sanitary ware, but also in technical ceramics. As you may know, I’ve been leading 3DCERAM with my partner, Christophe Chaput, for 15 years. Therefore, I can say that I have quite a long experience in Ceramics markets and I consider India is a major player in this market.”

– Richard Gaignon, CEO 3DCERAM Sinto’

Gaignon continued, “This is why, in order to provide complete printing lines (printers, materials, equipment’s and services) to our customers, 3DCERAM Sinto quickly established a strong relationship with Shree Rapid Technologies, to increase our Indian’ representation. We are convinced that Shree Rapid Technologies is the right partner for 3DCERAM Sinto and our collaboration will have a bright future. It is a great pleasure to collaborate with an Indian pioneer company for additive manufacturing.”

“Having 3DCERAM, the company dedicated to 3D printed ceramics production with its varied material offerings, on board with us is of a great advantage to boost our aim of being the sole provider of end-to-end solutions in the Indian AM industry offering the best brands, providing our customers with the best solutions based on their specific needs and developing the Indian Digital Manufacturing Sector.”

– Nitin Chaudhari, Partner, SRT

The two companies have signed a strategic deal which leverages SRT’s extensive sales and marketing reach as well as industry & market expertise with 3DCeram as applied in medical, luxury goods and industrial sectors.

About SRT: Shree Rapid Technologies, an industry leader in supplying Additive Manufacturing Technology and Services, with global partners such as Zeiss, GOM, 3D Systems, Markforged, 3D Ceram, Fronius, Materialise, MiiCraft, Zortrax, Techmeta, Titomic, 3Shape, Cartacci, M.A.E and DyeMansion, was founded in 2007 by Mr. Nitin Chaudhari & Mr. Shashidhar Kumar who were one of the first promoters of additive manufacturing in India.

About 3D Ceram: 3D CERAM Sinto, founded in 2001, specializes in three areas of application for ceramic AM: industry (defence, automotive, investment casting/foundry cores), aerospace and aeronautics, and biomedical. The company has been integrated in the Japanese Sinto Group since 2017.


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