The facility will be operational in a year’s time and will be the first of its kind to operate all services under one roof in PPP mode.

Hyd-based Think3D to set up 3D printing facility at Andhra Pradesh Medtech ZoneImage source: Think3D Facebook page
Atom 3D Printing Friday, June 23, 2017 - 09:53

Think3D, a Hyderabad-based 3D printing solutions company, has bagged the contract to set up and operate a world-class 3D printing facility at the Andhra Pradesh Medtech Zone Limited (AMTZ).

AMTZ is a prestigious medical devices manufacturing park being developed by the Andhra Pradesh government.

AMTZ signed an agreement for the construction, operation, management and maintenance of the 3D designing and printing facility, prototyping and rapid tooling at AMTZ on a PPP basis.

The scientific facility to be setup will be equipped with a range of 3D printing and other fabrication technologies, a maker lab for innovators and a 3D design facility for developing concepts to reality, the company said in a statement.

With an investment of $6 million and spread over an acre, the facility will be operational in a year's time and will be the first of its kind to operate all services under one roof in the Public Private Partnership mode.

Think3D is a 3D printing solutions company which has it presence across 11 cities, over 50 brands and has 1000+ customers.

It provides services like 3D printing and prototype services where it build a full-fledged product with a 3D printer.

It supplies all kinds of 3D hardware like 3D printers, 3D scanners, and consumables with a dedicated support team to handle all post-sale requests.

It works in the medtech space where it provides various medical 3D printing solutions like pre-surgical aids, surgical guides & implants.

It also helps train students and conducts courses and workshops on 3D printing.

It counts companies like Microsoft, Wipro, SAP, Jio, BITS Pilani, IIIT Hyderabad, L&T, ITC, GE, LG, Phillips as its clients.

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