Dassault Systems VP & CEO Discusses 3D-Printing Project Experiences with Indian Brands

Published by , September 11, 2018 1:24 pm

(BusinessStandard) Bernard Charles, vice-chairman and chief executive officer, Dassault Systemes, recently gave an interview talking his company’s experience in working with major Indian brands such as Myntra, Ashok Leyland, Tata Motors, Hero MotoCorp, Honda and Mahindra. NOTE: The Inside 3D Printing Conference in Mumbai, India will be December 19-20, 2018 at the Nehru Centre in Mumbai. Click here for more details.
Charles explained that 3D printing has existed for more than 30 years in India. Brands have been using quick prototyping. The difference between quick prototyping and 3D Printing is the machines. The capabilities of the machines right now is to do additive layer manufacturing. Laser and powdered techniques are mastered by several manufacturers in the world. 3D printing machines in Europe, America and Japan are more robotic. Charles stressed, “The use of 3D Printing in India is growing since it is importing more machines. When we talk about our software in India, we are very advanced in the domain of additive manufacturing as it is the bigger approach than 3D printing.”

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