Objectify and TAGMA join hands to launch webinars to promote adoption of Additive Manufacturing

To promote the adoption of additive manufacturing and spread awareness among the toolmakers, Objectify Technologies and TAGMA India have come up with a series of webinars. With the theme '3D Printing: Prototype to Production' the webinar series will start from April 6th and will go on till the 14th of April.

To promote the adoption of additive manufacturing and spread awareness among the toolmakers, Objectify Technologies and TAGMA India have come up with a series of webinars. With the theme '3D Printing: Prototype to Production' the webinar series will start from April 6th and will go on till the 14th of April. (more info at: www.objectify.co.in/webinar)

"To help engineers around the world learn something new in this lockdown time, we have come up with a series of webinars on Additive Manufacturing (AM). The idea behind this webinar is to spread awareness regarding the AM technology and help companies in their journey towards industry 4.0. The webinars will be held in a span of 9 days (6th - 14th April). The objective is to encourage individuals ranging from students, researchers, and industrialist, on 3D Printing and the value it possesses for Industry 4.0.," said Mr. Ankit Sahu, Founder & Director, Objectify Technologies Pvt Ltd.
The webinar topics include:
• Additive Manufacturing/ 3D Printing 101
• Tools and Rules of Additive Manufacturing
• Additive Manufacturing and Applied Applications
• Learnings and Misconceptions
• Current Challenges and Demand of the Industry
"I thank Mr. DK Sharma, President TAGMA India and the entire team of TAGMA for their support. During this challenging time, it's the collective effort that will help us all grow. Let us all do our bit to help the industry in skill development," concludes Ankit.





OBJECTIFY TECHNOLOGIES
Objectify is India's leading AM/3D Printing service provider having in-house capabilities in both
metal & polymer AM technologies. 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. It caters to industries such as aerospace, automotive, space, tooling, heavy engineering, and oil & gas, among others.
www.objectify.co.in


TAGMA
Established in 1990, Tool and Gauge Manufacturers Association of India (TAGMA-INDIA) serves as a forum for the Indian Tool Room and Die & Mould Industry. The association boasts of 700 member companies that are involves in design, sales or manufacture of dies for pressing, stamping, die casting dies; patterns and pattern equipment; jigs and fixtures; CAD/CAM; rapid prototyping; gauges and related products.
www.tagmaindia.org

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