India’s Objectify Technologies looks to strengthen presence in US market

May 10, 2019

May 10, 2019

Objectify Technologies Pvt. Ltd., one of India’s leading Additive Manufacturing service providers, will be showcasing its AM capabilities at Rapid + TCT 2019, in Detroit, Michigan, USA, from May 20–23. The company, based in New Delhi, India, sees the event as the ideal platform to explore business opportunities in the US market.

Objectify was founded in 2013 at SIIC, IIT Kanpur and was the first company in India to offer both metal and polymer AM technologies in-house, including Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF). It caters to a wide range of industries including aerospace, automotive, space, tooling, heavy engineering and oil & gas.

“The US has always been the most exciting country with lots of movement in the Additive Manufacturing domain,” stated  Arpit Sahu, Co-founder & Director, Objectify Technologies. “Rapid + TCT comes at the right time and right place with huge development taking place in the AM space globally with the US being a pioneer in the technology. Having tasted considerable success in India, we are now looking to expand to the global market with the US being our prime focus.”

“India’s 3D printing industry has had significant growth in a few years, however, it still has a long way to go. We want to act as a catalyst for manufacturing companies in India in their journey towards Additive Manufacturing,” Sahu continued. “With India being a manufacturing hub there are many global giants who have set up production and R & D facilities in India. However, many of them are still importing metal printing parts from outside. This not only adds up cost but also takes time. We want to help these companies source parts from India at par with global standard. It will save on both cost and time.”

May 10, 2019

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