Industry Insights

Applying Metal Additive Manufacturing in your daily manufacturing practice

CII organizes knowledge dissemination sessions under its initiative the Industry Insight Series. Under this series, Industry experts hold webinars on key issues and developments affecting businesses and offer insights on how they can be addressed.

Intech Additive Solutions Pvt. Ltd was established in 2012. It is one of the earliest entrants in the metal additive manufacturing space in India. This accomplishment has been recognised by the ‘Wohlers Report-2015’ which notes Intech as being one of the first service providers of Metal 3D Printing in India. Intech is the first and only Indian company to design, develop and manufacture a Metal 3D Printer. Intech’s iFusion range of Metal 3D printers come bundled with AMBuilder, Intech’s build preparation software. Besides, users can also opt for AMOptoMet, Intech’s parameter optimization software.

The combination of the two software packages, along with Intech’s metal 3D printers, provides users with an end-to-end solution for all their additive manufacturing needs. On the services front, Intech provides complete solutions - from concept design to fully functional production parts - for various industries such as Aerospace, Automotive, General Engineering and the Medical Market segments in India and abroad.

In this webinar we will cover:

• What is Additive Manufacturing? Different types of Metal 3D Printer technologies.
• Industry trends of Metal 3D Printing.
• Various industry applications of Metal 3D Printing.
• Future of Metal 3D Printing in India.
• Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM)/ General Eengineering case study.
• Defence, Aerospace, Automotive & ToolnDie case studies.
• Introduction to India’s first powder bed fusion Metal 3D Printer – iFusion SF1 & features, technical highlights with details of AMOptoMet.
• Q&A

Key Takeaways: Industry trends of Metal 3D Printing Target Group: Defence, Aerospace, Automotive

  • Applying Metal Additive Manufacturing in your daily manufacturing practice
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed