The Medical and Aerospace industries have been early adopters of Additive Manufacturing. The medical industry has very stringent quality, safety and biocompatibility requirements & standards, which is why offering customised 3D printed solutions is challenging. However many 3D Printing startups have taken this challenge head on. One such Additive Manufacturing service bureau offering comprehensive patient specific visualization solutions is Supercraft3D. Supercraft3D currently offers implants for patients, catering to special needs of a physician’s practice or physiological and pathological needs of a patient. With the backing of EOS, an industry pioneer in metal 3D Printing, Supercraft3D is able to offer Additively manufactured customized body implants made of bio-compatible Titanium alloy.
In this episode, Supercraft3D CEO & Co-Founder, Maltesh Somasekharappa analyses the industry readiness of Medical & Healthcare Industry to adopt 3D Printing and its performance so far.
About Maltesh Somasekharappa
Supercraft3D CEO & Co-Founder, Maltesh Somasekharappa is a man of many talents with a wide array of inter-departmental experience. From heading marketing at a leading industrial grade Induction Heating systems manufacturer and at a finance and trading firm to heading business strategy department including business development and sales strategy at Wipro’s BPO vertical to being instrumental in the incubation and growth of Wipro’s Additive Manufacturing division with specific focus on exotic metal alloys for aerospace & medical industries, Maltesh Somasekharappa has done it all. Currently heading Supercraft3D as its Co-Founder & CEO, Maltesh has over 25 years of industry experience.
About AM Infocast
AM Infocast is a dedicated 3D printing podcast hosted by Aditya Chandavarkar, Co-Founder, AM Chronicle and Indian 3D Printing Network. AM Infocast features conversations with the best in the field of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing sharing their insights on latest tech developments, ongoing research and industry developments.