Startups are key for the next wave of disruptive growth of Additive Manufacturing and pushing the envelope of Innovation.
AM Chronicle collaborated with Leading germany based venture fund, AM Ventures to initiate the Additive Manufacturing Start-Up Series to highlight innovative global start-up’s working in the area of additive manufacturing. The series has so far covered 13 innovative startups since its inception, which includes Prayasta, Cognitive Design Systems, Medoja , Lucid Implants , Incus, 9T Labs, Sintratec, Spentys, MetShape GmbH, Azure Printed Homes, Paanduv Applications and Xolo.
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To further the initiative and provided startups a larger platform to showcase themselves, AM Chronicle have also announced the 3D Printing Startup Challenge in partnership with AM Ventures and ASTM International to promote the startup ecosystem in India, Asia, and the Middle East. The startup challenge will be hosted at AMTech – India’s Leading Additive Manufacturing Tradeshow on 2-3 December 2022.
Prayasta was founded in 2017 by Vikas Garg (CTO) and Shilpi Sen (CEO) to develop a solution for personalized 3d printed soft-tissue implants.
Cognitive Design Systems aims to revolutionize product design, by enabling engineers to generate and optimize 3D models or design for different manufacturing methods using Artificial Intelligence.
Medoja was founded in 2020 by the fantastic four to develop customized implants using novel biomaterials for dental and orthopaedic applications.
Lucid Implants founded by Dr Nitin Bhola, Mr. Prashanth Ray, and Dr Pranav Sapkal designs, develops, manufactures and markets customised medical implants.
Incus, founded by Dr. Gerald Mitteramskogler offers a unique Lithography-based Metal Manufacturing (LMM) to produce small and micro parts
Established in 2018, 9T Labs is working in the area of composite additive manufacturing and offers higher fiber volume content through its Red Series Additive Fusion technology.
Sintratec is a Swiss startup established in 2014, manufacturing cost-effective and compact desktop SLS 3D Printers for professional use which process high-quality polymer materials
Spentys is an orthopaedic software solution designed to integrate all parts of a digital workshop, from scanning to modelling and printing, for the 21st century clinician.
MetShape GmbH is a start-up working in sinter-based additive manufacturing of small and micro metal parts. MetShape GmbH technology enables manufacturing with exceptionally good surfaces.
Founded in 2019, Azure Printed Homes is fundamentally changing the construction industry by leveraging 3D printing technology using recycled polymers to prefab modern backyard offices, Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) and homes
Founded by Adwaith Gupta in 2020 in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, India, Paanduv Applications Private Limited have developed AM PravaH a dedicated world’s first all-inclusive 3D computational modelling software for Additive Manufacturing
Created in June 2020, Handddle was set up by Thomas Bourgoin, Pierre Marigo and Dylan Taleb. Handddle’s mission is to bring the power of data and artificial intelligence to the additive manufacturing industry, to secure, control and certify their production.
Founded in 2019, Xolo has been pioneering volumetric 3D printing called Xolography. Xolography is fast and can print objects as high as 3 cm in 1 – 3 minutes with a high resolution.
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