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India's first 3D printing course launched

Devdiscourse News Desk Bengaluru
Updated: 19-12-2018 14:00 IST
India's first 3D printing course launched

3D printing company Stratasys India, in collaboration with Nettur Technical Training Foundation which is a private educational trust in Bengaluru, has launched India's first Additive Manufacturing (AM) certification course.

The training programme is designed to help students learn new technologies in 3D printing and make them future-industry ready, the company said during the second edition of "Stratasys India User Forum 2018" here on Tuesday.

Stratasys displayed its latest range of F370 printers that are adaptable to all engineering environments to facilitate rapid 3D prototyping.

"3D printing has immense growth potential in India, but the uptake has to be faster. We notice there is a lack of awareness on the diverse applications of 3D printing," said Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director, India & SEA, Stratasys.

3D printing or Additive Manufacturing (AM) has the potential to transform many industries in the years to come.

"Manufacturing, auto, aerospace and defence, healthcare and education are among key sectors that are likely to see the highest use of 3D printing in India," said the company.

(With inputs from agencies.)