Anisoprint and Sedaxis Announce an Exclusive Partnership to grow Carbon Fiber 3D Printing in India

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Carbon Fiber 3D Printing in India
Above: Anisoprint and Sedaxis announce an exclusive partnership/Image Source: Anisoprint

Anisoprint, a hardware Startup producing Carbon Fiber 3D Printers, announced its exclusive partnership with Sedaxis Advanced Materials, a service and distribution partner for emerging technologies, to expand their presence and spread carbon fiber 3D printing in India.

Both companies signed a reseller agreement for the Indian market and under this agreement Ansoprint will be exclusively distributing its continuous fiber 3D printing systems and patented technology via Sedaxis.

Carbon Fiber 3D Printing in India

Anisoprint’s patented Continuous Fiber Co-Extrusion (CFC) technology is growing in India. Since 1996, Sedaxis Advanced Materials has been selling composite materials and processing equipment in the composite IMEA markets (India/Middle East/Africa) and will now solely distribute Anisoprint’s patented hardware.

“Until recently, the Indian ecosystem has had to endure a lack of options in continuous composite 3D printing systems. The introduction of Anisoprint’s fully open systems in India in 2019 has had an overwhelming response from some of India’s leading research institutions and universities. Industries too have been quick to notice the benefits of Anisoprint’s CFC systems – lower operational expenditure thanks to open materials and a first-of-its-kind composite lightweight functionality. As Anisoprint’s exclusive partner in India, we look forward to supporting innovation in India’s manufacturing sector while taking this relationship to the next level.”

– Vishwanath Godavarty, Business Head for 3DP at Sedaxis

Diversifying the Indian Additive Manufacturing Technology Landscape

Anisoprint Industrial 3D printers
Above: Anisoprint Industrial 3D printers/Image Source: Anisoprint

The collaboration will help spread carbon fiber 3D printing in India and provide Indian companies with superior technology for the production of composite end-use parts while also assisting R&D institutes in cutting-edge composite materials and applications research. Engineers and scientists with decades of experience in composite materials manufacturing created “Anisoprinting.”

The tried-and-tested technology allows 3D printing professionals to:

  • create high-strength lattice structures,
  • customize fiber/plastic volume ratio, and
  • have full toolpath access via open G-code

All this can be performed within a fully open material and open parameter system.

Gennady Shafir, Director of Customer Success at Anisoprint shared, “By partnering with Sedaxis, we are able to focus our resources and have a greater impact.”

About Anisoprint: Anisoprint is a Luxembourg-based hardware startup producing 3D Printers that allow to manufacture continuous fiber reinforced plastic parts that can substitute metal ones in aerospace, engineering and many other areas along with cutting costs and increasing productivity.

About Sedaxis: Sedaxis Advanced Materials is a service and distribution partner for emerging technologies with affiliate businesses in India and the Middle East across Composites (materials and equipment), 3D Printing, Healthcare, and Renewable Energy.

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