Sahajanand Technologies Private Limited (STPL 3D), headquartered in Surat, Gujarat, and a global leader in the development of industrial technology solutions, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the National Centre for Additive Manufacturing (NCAM) in Hyderabad, Telangana for additive manufacturing collaboration. Mr. Rahul Gaywala, CEO of STPL 3D, and Mr. Jaspreet Sidhu, CEO of NCAM, signed the MoU.
The move is meant to improve collaboration and knowledge sharing between the two organisations. Both organisations will collaborate to create a self-sustaining ecosystem of Additive Manufacturing (AM) in the country by enabling industry adoption, prototyping new products, and focusing on new product development, providing access to cutting-edge infrastructure, enabling research and development, and promoting skill development activities to generate quality manpower.
STPL 3D signs MoU for Additive Manufacturing Collaboration
STPL 3D excels at Additive Manufacturing (AM or 3D printing), guiding India’s adoption of additive manufacturing technologies. Furthermore, the company has been at the vanguard of scientific-technological advances in industrial laser, diamond processing automation, and medical technologies. STPL’s clientele spans five continents and more than 30 countries, bringing India international recognition.
In collaboration with industry, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of the Government of India and the ITE&C Department of the Government of Telangana established NCAM. It is envisioned as a collaborative effort between academia, industry, and government to create and enable a sustainable ecosystem for product innovation in India, with a focus on research, design, development, and testing, using the disruptive technology of Additive Manufacturing.
Both prominent institutions have joined forces to create a self-sustaining additive manufacturing ecosystem in the country. They will facilitate the industry’s adoption of additive manufacturing by prototyping new products and focusing on product development, providing access to cutting-edge infrastructure, enabling research and development, and promoting skill development activities to produce high-quality labour.
Both institutes will work together to promote ‘Made in India’ technologies and products in Indian industries and academic institutions, as well as to support the growth of local industries in the additive manufacturing space. The Memorandum of Understanding also calls for the establishment of a national platform to showcase Indian AM technologies and products.
STPL 3D has once again demonstrated its ability to provide advanced, global, and industry-specific technical expertise to India’s other industries. And, as a responsible Corporate Citizen of India, STPL has always worked to promote the Atmanirbhar Bharat mission long before it was officially launched. STPL 3D has a wide range of world-class 3D printers with FDM and SLA technology that are widely used throughout the country.
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