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Simpliforge launches First Robotic construction 3D printer in Siddipet

Additive manufacturing solutions company Simpliforge Creations on Wednesday launched their first-of-its-kind Robotic Construction 3D Printer.

Touted to be India’s first and South Asia’s largest Robotic Construction 3D printer, the printer was inaugurated by Health and Finance Minister T Harish Rao at Charvitha Meadows, a gated community villa in Siddipet.

The 3D printer can print landscaping elements, furniture, statues, and wall façade, among others, to full-scale civil structures. It is capable of working with environment-friendly materials like geopolymers and clay and Simpliforge has also its proprietary construction material Simplicrete as well. The advantages of additive manufacturing being minimal wastage, shortened supply chains, optimal resource utilisation and decentralised manufacturing are being brought to the construction industry, the company said in a release.

Harish Rao said, “Innovation can happen anywhere, it need not be a Tier I metro city, but even a small town like Siddipet. The 3D printer is one such milestone initiative. It gives me immense joy to be launching this state-of-the-art technology at Charvitha Meadows.”

At the meadows, the company will be printing a number of artistic elements for its Sanjeevani Park, positioning it to be India’s first park of its kind.

Simpliforge Creations founder and CEO Amit Ghule said, “The current 3D printer can create structures up to 7m in size, making it the largest Robotic Concrete 3D Printer in India, and in fact, the entire South Asian region. Further, the range of the printer can be increased as required. Robotic Concrete 3D printer provides better design versatility and freedom to the designers whilst also being easy to deploy at project sites than gantry style printers, making it attractive to designers and project developers alike.”


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