Tata Technologies allies with Stratasys on additive manufacturing tech
Category: # |   By Pankaj Singh |   Date: 2021-07-09  | 
  • Share
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn

Tata Technologies allies with Stratasys on additive manufacturing tech

Indian engineering and design company Tata Technologies Limited has reportedly partnered with Stratasys, a 3D printing technology services provider. The duo intends to revolutionize the Indian manufacturing ecosystem using some advanced additive manufacturing technologies.

For the unversed, Stratasys Ltd. is an American Israeli leader in additive manufacturing/3D printing technology and is headquartered in Rehovot. It was founded by S. Scott Crump in 1989 and specializes in manufacturing FDM® and PolyJet™ 3D printers.

Stratasys is known to have substantial expertise in 3D printers, software, and services, and currently has over 2700 employees as well as 1200 pending or granted manufacturing patents.

This partnership will combine Stratasys' renowned offerings with Tata Technologies’ strong presence in the Indian manufacturing sector. The two companies are looking forward to delivering end-to-end solutions from concept, prototype to manufacturing companies outside India as well.

Anand Bhade, the President of Tata Technologies and Global Head of Technology Solutions commented that disruptive technologies such as additive manufacturing will provide manufacturing companies the required impulsion to develop and provide advanced products to customers.

On the other hand, Managing Director, Stratasys South East Asia, and India, Rajiv Bajaj is of the opinion that additive manufacturing will play a major role in product innovation as companies are looking for technology solutions while trying to address vulnerabilities in manufacturing as well as supply chain logistics.

Bajaj added that the partnership with Tata Technologies will accelerate technological transformation.

Organizations have long focused on leveraging new technologies like rapid prototyping as well as 3D printing through computerized design software. These companies are also using raw materials like metal, plastic, resin, thermoplastic, fiber, and ceramic to manufacture aesthetic designs at reduced costs.

It would be interesting to see how the partnership between Tata Technologies and Stratasys transforms the Indian manufacturing sector in the upcoming years.

Source: https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/company/corporate-trends/tata-technologies-partners-stratasys-for-advanced-additive-manufacturing-tech/articleshow/84201726.cms

 

  • share
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn


About Author

Pankaj Singh    

Pankaj Singh

With a commendable experience of content creation under his belt, Pankaj Singh, a qualified Post Graduate in Management, boasts of having worked as a freelance writer and an insurance underwriter. Additionally, Pankaj has also enriched his qualification portfolio with...

Read More

More News By Pankaj Singh

Greywing launches Crew Change to support shipping companies amid pandemic
Greywing launches Crew Change to support shipping companies amid pandemic
By Pankaj Singh

Maritime operations automation platform Greywing has recently launched Crew Change, a solution to assist shipping companies in managing testing, isolation, and other Covid-19 related regulations for their crew members. Crew Change uses data from a g...

Mamaearth secures Sofina-led USD 50 Mn funding at USD 730 Mn valuation
Mamaearth secures Sofina-led USD 50 Mn funding at USD 730 Mn valuation
By Pankaj Singh

Popular new-age D2C (direct-to-consumer) personal care brand Mamaearth has reportedly raised USD 50 million in a funding round led by Belgian investment fund Sofina, valuing the company at USD 730 million. The round saw participation from existing i...

Porsche, BASF partner to develop high-performing lithium-ion batteries
Porsche, BASF partner to develop high-performing lithium-ion batteries
By Pankaj Singh

Porsche AG has reportedly partnered with BASF to develop the next generation of lithium-ion batteries, which would be used in future Porsche electric vehicles worldwide. Cellforce Group, a joint venture between Customcells and Porsche, chose BASF as ...