SME sector, rightly known as India’s ‘engine of growth’, has scaled significantly over the years on the back of increasing awareness, digital advancements and better opportunities. But lack of upgradation has always been a challenge especially for manufacturing competencies.
As HP partnered with CII TechSaksham, it brought the industry’s first 3D printer to the country that would enable small and medium businesses (SMBs) and start-ups produce low-cost functional parts in full colour, black or white.
Designed for the manufacturing environments, this new series complements HP’s existing industrial-grade “Jet Fusion 4200/4210 3D” solutions which deliver the lowest cost per part. With its cutting-edge technology, designers and engineers can reimagine products, leverage new materials, escape the limitations of traditional manufacturing and produce new products quickly and efficiently.
To further empower SMEs, Open Centre of Excellence of 3D Printing have been opened to fuel innovation in manufacturing and help upskill young professionals to make get ready for Industry 4.0. These centres will be equipped with 3D printers that can handle short run production and functional prototyping.
With CII Techsaksham, HP will give small and medium businesses (SMBs) and start-ups, an opportunity to learn more about the benefits of Additive Manufacturing. Its impetus in automotive, electronics and aerospace makes technologies like 3D printing market-ready.
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