Objectify to showcase its Additive Manufacturing Capabilities at AES 2019 Chennai
India’s leading additive manufacturing service provider to participate in AES 2019 (Automotive Engineering Show), to display its capabilities in Automotive Industry.
1 July 2019, Delhi, India: India’s leading additive manufacturing solution provider, Objectify Technologies is all set to showcase its capabilities at the upcoming AES 2019 at Hall No. 1, Booth No. A14, India’s most awaited Automotive Show. Scheduled to take place from July 4-6 at Chennai Exhibition Centre, Chennai, the exhibition promises to be an ideal platform for companies and professionals seeking to learn new developments in Automotive Industry, explore business opportunities with machine and part manufacturers and meet industry professionals.
“Automotive Industry has always been the driving force for Additive manufacturing technologies, as innovation in Automotive is continuous and consistent”, says Ankit Sahu, Co-founder & Director, Objectify Technologies. “We have been serving many automobile companies, both in 2-wheeler and 4-wheeler segment, and have observed that the demand for the 3D printed prototypes are on constant rise among the automotive OEMs. With our increasing demand for prototyping and part consolidation for auto components, AES 2019 will help us in showcasing and inspiring industrialists and individuals to experience 3D Printing first hand”
Objectify is India’s leading AM/3D Printing service provider having in-house capabilities in both metal & polymer AM technologies. The infrastructure includes DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering), SLS (Selective Laser Sintering), SLA (Stereolithography Apparatus), VC (Vacuum Casting), CNC Machining and other post-processing technologies. It caters to industries such as aerospace, automotive, space, tooling, heavy engineering, and oil & gas, among others.
“Localisation is the new buzz word among the automotive OEMs. In order to reduce time and cost, companies are actively looking for local technology and component suppliers. There are many global automotive giants who have setup production and R&D facilities in India. However, many of them are still importing metal printing parts from outside. This not only adds up cost but also takes time. With our sophisticated design and development centre, we want to help these companies’ source parts from India at par with global standard. It will save them cost and time both,”