India’s largest Additive Manufacturing service bureau adds metal systems from SLM

February 8, 2019

India's largest Additive Manufacturing service bureau adds metal systems from SLM


3D Product Development (3DPD), headquartered in Bangalore, India, reported to be the country’s largest integrated 3D printing bureau, is to purchase two SLM 280 metal Additive Manufacturing systems from SLM Solutions, Germany.  3DPD already offers a wide range of prototyping technologies, including state of the art SLA and SLS AM systems, as well as multi axes CNC machines, low pressure RIM systems, high end vacuum investment casting and sand casting.

“3DPD has always led from the front by offering the latest 3D printing and Additive Manufacturing solutions to the Indian Industry. With the addition of Metal AM from SLM Solutions, once again 3DPD will be in a unique position to be the only Indian Company offering both plastic and metal Additive Manufacturing solutions to Indian market,” stated Dr Mukesh Agarwala Managing Director of 3D Product Development. “SLM Solutions’ selective laser melting systems, along with their superior support, are well known to offer the best-in-class quality and throughput,” he added.

“India has a high demand for innovative technologies, above all due to the constantly growing industrial sectors. SLM machines enable fast, reliable and cost-effective part production – whether in the medical, automotive or toolmaking sectors, and their flexibility is ideal for a service provider like 3DPD,” added Srinivas Shastry from SLM Solutions India.

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