DELTASYS E FORMING delivers Concrete 3D Printer to IIT Hyderabad

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DELTASYS E FORMING delivers Concrete 3D Printer to IIT Hyderabad
DELTASYS E FORMING delivers Concrete 3D Printer to IIT Hyderabad/Source: DELTASYS E FORMING

The Department of Design at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad has bought a concrete 3D printer from DELTASYS E FORMING, a developer and manufacturer of 3D printing machines and CNC machining centres. This partnership intends to revolutionise the process of designing and manufacturing various types of home furniture, interior decor, and external decorations.

The innovative additive manufacturing technology is used by the Concrete 3D Printing Machines created by DELTASYS E FORMING. With the help of these robots, sophisticated and long-lasting buildings may be built with astounding efficiency by precisely layering concrete materials. These printers provide a distinct advantage in the field of interior and architectural design due to their highly accurate deposition capabilities.

Concrete 3D Printer to IIT Hyderabad

The IIT Hyderabad Department of Design will use these cutting-edge tools for their research and development projects under the direction of Professor Dr. Srikar AVR, a specialist in design and digital fabrication. The team at IIT Hyderabad aspires to explore new possibilities in design and building, pushing the limits of creativity and functionality, with a focus on home furnishings, interior design, and external décor.

Professor Dr. Srikar AVR and his team will be able to adopt a more sustainable approach to fabrication by utilising the new concrete 3D printer. The system reduces energy use, eliminates wasteful waste, and allows for intricate customisation. Through this partnership, DELTASYS E FORMING and IIT Hyderabad are able to further the development of digital fabrication processes and demonstrate their common dedication to innovation.

In recent years, the use of 3D printing in the construction industry has accelerated significantly, and DELTASYS E FORMING has emerged as a major player in this revolutionary field. They are enabling academics, architects, and designers to quickly, cheaply, and sustainably materialise their innovative ideas thanks to their concrete 3D printing machines. As DELTASYS E FORMING keeps pushing the envelope of 3D printing technology, their collaboration with the Department of Design at IIT Hyderabad is a testament to their commitment to expanding the realm of what is conceivable in the field of digital fabrication. Through this partnership, the future of interior design, exterior design, and home furnishings is set to undergo a dramatic shift, giving rise to cutting-edge concepts that were previously unthinkable.

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