Wipro 3D launches AM adoption and acceleration programme addwize

January 6, 2020

January 6, 2020

Wipro 3D, Bengaluru, India, the Additive Manufacturing business unit of Wipro Infrastructure Engineering (WIN), has launched addwize™, an AM technology adoption and acceleration programme. The objective of the programme is to enable organisations and institutions to systematically adopt and scale the use of metal Additive Manufacturing for tangible business benefits.  

According to Wipro 3D, addwize is designed to address all phases of the adoption cycle, based on learnings obtained from running a best-practice metal AM solutions business. It is said to offer a balance of competency in building content, practitioner level technical insights and experiential elements, to ramp up Additive Manufacturing adoption quickly and affordably. 

The programme is designed for stakeholders at all levels and is also thought to be ideal for academia, supporting educational institutions through technology awareness sessions with Wipro 3D experts and immersion tours offeringdirect insights into the operation of industry-grade metal AM workflows, supported by case studies and assignments.

Ajay Parikh, Vice President and Business Head, Wipro 3D, stated, “Wipro 3D addwize is designed and developed to support any organisation or institution who is either evaluating metal additive technology, has AM in their near future technology roadmap or has already invested in AM, create business value using metal AM. There is no lower or upper limit to the size of the organisation who wants to evaluate AM.”


January 6, 2020

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