Objectify, India’s leading AM solution bureau with its commitment to the European market will participate at the Formnext 2019 expo and showcase how AM can be uniquely positioned in different industries. Scheduled to take place from November 19-22 at Frankfurt, Germany, the event promises to be an ideal platform for companies and professionals seeking to learn new developments in AM, explore business opportunities in the European market and meet industry professionals. Objectify will be present at Hall 11.0 Booth- F69.
“3D printing is ever-evolving field and at Formnext our aim will be to meet as many AM professionals and discuss challenges, technical developments, and possibilities in the 3D printing space. We would like to learn from the global community of 3D printing about the opportunities and demand in specific European countries and share our knowledge and experience about building highly critical parts and dealing with global giants from India,” said Arpit Sahu, Director, Objectify Technologies.
With relentless quality measurements and standardization Objectify has acquired certificates such as AS9100 Rev D and ISO 9001:2015 by TUV Nord. Objectify is capable of both metal & polymer AM technologies and has served 500+ customers from over 10 different sectors. 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. Objectify majorly caters to industries such as aerospace, automotive, oil & gas, space, tooling, heavy engineering, and consumer goods, among others.
“Since our inception, we have always strived to become better and continuously upgrade our technical know-how. This has resulted in gaining confidence in some of the large companies in India and we have successfully become an import substitute for some global engineering companies. However, we see bigger opportunities in the European market for AM with Germany being one of the leading countries to develop and adopt 3D printing technologies,” added Arpit.