STPL3D Introduces First-Ever Made in India SLS 3D Printer

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STPL 3D'S First 'MADE IN INDIA' SLS 3D Printer (Image Credit: stpl3d.com)

STPL3D, a segment of Sahajanand Technologies Pvt Ltd, has made expansions to its 3D printing portfolio, showcasing the introduction of the ‘First-Ever Made in India SLS 3D Printer,’ attracting key figures in the industry such as Sankha Dip Das from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Jaspreet Sidhu from NCAM India, Ajeet Babu from the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), Rahul Gaywala, CEO of Sahajanand Technologies Pvt Ltd, and Munjal Gajjar, Head of R&D.

STPL, one of the pioneering force in the 3D printing industry, focuses on technological innovation. As one of the leading manufacturers, STPL specializes in delivering cutting-edge 3D printing solutions. With a diverse portfolio encompassing SLS, FDM, and SLA technologies, the company ensures precision, quality, and adaptability.

STPL’s commitment to user-friendly and future-ready solutions is evident in its state-of-the-art products, including India’s First SLS 3D Printer. With a track record of excellence, STPL continues to shape the landscape of additive manufacturing, solidifying its position as a prominent player in the global market.

Rahul Gaywala, the Chief Executive Officer of STPL, has emphasized the transformative potential of additive manufacturing in the ever-evolving landscape of 3D printing. Envisioning a future where the very essence of the company is intertwined with additive manufacturing, he underscored the pivotal role of innovation and precision in shaping this vision.

The highlight of the recent launch was the introduction of ‘India’s First SLS 3D Printer,’ a technological marvel designed to elevate the precision, scale, and efficiency of 3D printing. This machine includes a remarkable 500 x 500 x 500 mm build volume, a Co2 laser with 100 W power.

Incorporating a robust stability of 2 tonnes, this machine is setting benchmarks for both large-scale and intricate part fabrication. With its Win10, PC-based control system, USB 2.0 access, and 11 KW power requirement, it stands out as a game-changer in the field of additive manufacturing.

A key feature of the SLS 3D Printer is its part cleaning chamber, eliminating the necessity for post-printing intervention. This not only enhances productivity but also aligns seamlessly with the company’s overarching goal of providing user-friendly, future-ready 3D printing solutions.

Beyond the SLS technology, STPL showcased advancements in FDM and SLA technologies during the launch, focusing on its vision to offer a comprehensive range of 3D printing options. These enhancements in quality, precision, and adaptability are poised to cater to the needs of swift prototyping and production-grade manufacturing.

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