Simpliforge Inaugurated its First Robotic Concrete 3D Printer in Telangana

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Robotic Concrete 3D Printer in India
Above: Minister Harish Rao along with the Amit Ghule, COO, Simpliforge Creations, Dhruv Gandhi, CEO, Simpliforge Creations and Hari Krishna J, MD & CEO, Apsuja Infratech (Charvitha Meadows) launching Simpliforge Robotic 3D printer at Charvitha Meadows, Siddipet/Image Source: Simpliforge Creations

Simpliforge Creations, provider of additive manufacturing solutions, today launched their first-of-its-kind, state-of-the-art Robotic Construction 3D Printer. Claimed to be India’s first and South Asia’s largest Robotic Construction 3D printer, the printer was inaugurated by Sri Thaneeru Harish Rao, Hon’ble Minister for Finance, Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of Telangana, at Charvitha Meadows in Siddipet. Present along with the Minister were Mr. Amit Ghule, Founder & COO, Simpliforge Creations, and Mr Dhruv Gandhi, Founder & CEO, Simpliforge Creations who shared the innovative aspects of the machine and spoke about plans for innovative constructions to be handled by the robotic arm printer. 

Speaking on the occasion, Hon’ble Minister Harish Rao said, “Innovation can happen anywhere, it need not be a Tier I Metro city, but even a small town like Siddipet. The 3D printer is one such milestone initiative. It gives me immense joy to be launching this state-of-the-art technology at Charvitha Meadows. I congratulate the entire team of Simpliforge for this remarkable landmark and wish them all the best to continue to contribute to the needs of their industry and position Siddipet as the hub of such advanced technology innovations.”

Robotic Concrete 3D Printer in India
Above: Team Simpliforge with the Robotic Arm behind/Image Source: Simpliforge Creations

Construction 3D Printing is a technology that is being developed to address India’s unique housing needs for remote constructions as well as innovative designs. Simpliforge’s Robotic Arm Construction 3D Printer is not only the largest in India, but also the first of its kind in South Asia. The 3D Printer can print everything from landscaping elements, furniture, statues, and wall façades to full-scale civil structures. The printer can work with environmentally friendly materials such as geopolymers and clay, and Simpliforge has also launched its proprietary construction material ‘SIMPLICRETE.’ The benefits of Additive Manufacturing, such as reduced waste, shorter supply chains, optimal resource utilization, and decentralized manufacturing, are being brought to the construction industry.

Expressing his delight on the launch of this innovation, Mr. Amit Ghule, Founder & COO, Simpliforge Creations,said, “We are humbled by the presence of our Hon’ble Minister Harish Rao garu for launching our project. The current 3D printer can create structures up to 7m in size, making it the largest Robotic Concrete 3D Printer in India, and in fact, the entire South Asian region. Further, the range of the printer can be increased as required. Robotic Concrete 3D printer provides better design versatility and freedom to the designers whilst also being easy to deploy at project sites than gantry style printers, making it attractive to designers and project developers alike.”

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Above: New-age Gated Villa Community in Siddipet, Telangana/Image Source:: Charvitha Meadows

“Charvitha Meadows is a one-of-its-kind and new-age gated community with plots and villas in Siddipet, Telangana. It’s a futuristic world designed with a sustainable approach for holistic living. We are proud to collaborate with Simpliforge and excited to embark on this remarkable journey towards innovation”, said Hari Krishna J, MD & CEO at Apsuja Infratech (Charvitha Meadows).

“At Charvitha Meadows, we are printing a number of artistic elements for its Sanjeevani Park, positioning it to be India’s first park of its kind. The design philosophy of Charvitha Meadows is sustainable living with amalgamation of futuristic technologies. This Robotic 3D printing technology is chosen considering the ecological advantages of the technology and the design freedom it offers. We greatly appreciate the Telangana Government for always being the pioneer in promoting innovative technologies and also working towards setting up a ‘National Centre for Additive Manufacturing’, showing the government’s proactive interest in pushing this technology ahead.”

– Dhruv Gandhi, Founder & CEO, Simpliforge Creations

Equipped with a large materials library, niche design expertise and sound domain knowledge for technology applications, Simpliforge Creations aims to expand globally with its technology. The company envisions constructing unique civil structures while developing robotic technology to enable smart construction in India and abroad. This technology also gives design freedom to architects and structural engineers to experiment with unique structures for novel construction.

About Simpliforge Creations: Simpliforge is a holistic additive manufacturing solutions company with capabilities for Technology Development, System Integration and Service Solutions. Simpliforge provides complete prototyping and manufacturing solutions for products spanning the FMCG sector to niche domains such as prototyping, prosthetics, jewellery, medical devices, etc. For Construction Industry, Simpliforge provides Technology & Materials Development, Equipment manufacturing & Integration and End-to-end construction solutions.

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