Category Archives: IIT Bombay

Nuclear researchers identify “critical deposition height” of DED 3D printed layers

A collaboration between the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization (ANSTO), the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay), and Monash University has discerned the perfect balance of stresses in DED 3D printed coating. Realized as a theoretical model, the critical deposition height of DED layers is a step towards improving the longevity of components repaired using […]

Interview: Wipro 3D and the Indian 3D printing industry

Wipro 3D came into existence in 2012, and now deals with metal additive manufacturing solutions and services. Its largest markets include aerospace, space, defence, heavy engineering, industrial and tooling, automotive, healthcare and nuclear sectors. In March 2018, Wipro 3D inaugurated a metal 3D printing experience center at its headquarters in Bengaluru, India. Last week, Wipro 3D […]