Materialise together with EOS India and Delta Rapid 3D signs MoU with Presidency University to conduct AM Consultancy Projects/Trainings in India

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Materialise together with EOS India and Delta Rapid 3D signs MoU with Presidency University to conduct AM Consultancy projects/Trainings in India
Presidency University, Bengaluru campus/Source: Presidency University

Materialise, the Belgian global leader in 3D printing solutions, today announced the signing of a multi-party Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between EOS GmbH India Office, Delta Rapid 3D and Presidency University, to conduct Industrial AM Consultancy projects/trainings in India for Industries and train students through its industrial AM Centre of Excellence (COE) on AM part screening, DFAM, identify components for AM.

The parties involved EOS GmbH India Office, the Germany-based leading supplier for responsible manufacturing solutions via industrial 3D printing technology, Delta Rapid 3D, an Industrial Additive Manufacturing solutions provider, and Presidency University, a premier private university located in Bangalore will also create business cases for education institutes and industries to adapt industrial AM solutions for 3D printing.

AM Consultancy Projects/Trainings in India

Through this new MoU, Materialise will play a critical role in spearheading AM advancement in India’s Higher & Technical Education sector through private-public collaboration projects.

The Presidency University, Bengaluru, is a critical cog in the wheel of this MoU. It has committed to shaping the lives of students through scholarly exposure, pedagogy, and learning, and to preparing the youth for the world at large.

According to the agreement, Presidency University has established an Industrial Additive Manufacturing Centre (Centre of Excellence) in July of this year with a Sintratec SLS 3D Printer and has been working since then towards streamline the training process and integrating 3D printing technologies to educate the industries.

The multi-party MoU lays the groundwork for a collaborative approach to spreading 3D printing technology in India. India has enormous potential, but technology awareness is a major challenge. Programmes carried out under the recent MoU will go a long way toward increasing technology adoption in the country by educating and training the students and MSMEs and also increasing the pool of workforce trained in additive manufacturing.

About Delta Rapid 3D: Delta Rapid 3D (DR3D) is an Indian company focused on the Industrial Additive Manufacturing Market, with a particular emphasis on the Plastic and Metal AM space. DR3D is an authorised distributor & partner for EOS GmbH & Materialise. AM software and scanners are also available from the company. 

About Presidency University: Presidency University, founded in 1817, is India’s oldest college. Previously known as Hindu College, then Presidency College, and finally Presidency University. After serving as a top constituent college of the University of Calcutta for approximately 193 years, the institution was elevated to university status in 2010.

About Materialise: Materialise NV is a software company based in Belgium. The company provides additive manufacturing software and three-dimensional (3D) printing services. Materialise NV incorporates 3D printing expertise into a variety of software solutions and 3D printing services, with the goal of becoming the backbone of the 3D printing industry. Its solutions enable players in a wide range of industries, including healthcare, automotive, aerospace, art and design, and consumer goods, to develop 3D printing applications. The company operates in Colombia, Brazil, Australia, Malaysia, China, Japan, Austria, Poland, Germany, and France, among other places.

About EOS GmbH: EOS is the world’s leading technology provider for metal and plastic industrial 3D printing. EOS is a pioneer and innovator in integrated additive manufacturing solutions. EOS has mastered the interactions between lasers and powder materials better than any other company. It provides everything a customer could want from a single source, including systems, materials, and process parameters. Everything is intelligently coordinated to provide our customers with consistent high part quality and a decisive competitive advantage. Its offerings also include global service, comprehensive consulting and Additive minds Academy training.

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