Best 3D Printing Education Services in India

3D Printing Education

We are in the age where some new technologies have become affordable. 3D Printing is one such technology with its basic as well as advanced techniques is appropriate for all the ages.
Recent advancements in the Manufacturing have created compelling requirement for industries to train the engineers for 3D Printing. You can make anything with 3D printing like houses, jewelry, human limbs, drones, engines, and nearly everything one can think about. 3D printing gives speed, precision and cost benefits.
At Kitucate, we organize certified 'skill development' and 'familiarity' conferences and seminars on 3D Printing at different places. For more details, you can visit our office!

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In-house Designing Team to Guide You on 3D Printing

  • We will examine your design and provide you a detailed report.
  • You can also send us your ideas and our designing team will make it live!

Different Colors and Materials to Choose From
You can choose your material and color as per your application or requirements. It’s our responsibility to make it real!
Product Delivered at Your Doorstep!
After printing and all the process, we will deliver the final product at your door step.

3D Printing Timeline

  • 1980 – First patent of Rapid Prototyping was taken by Japanese Dr. Kodama
  • 1986 – Stereo lithography was taken by Charles Hull
  • 1988 – First SLS machine was made by DTM Inc
  • 1992 – FDM patent was taken to Stratasys
  • 1999 – Engineered organs had given new advancements to the medicine
  • 2000 – First 3D printing working kidney was created
  • 2006 – Reprap - an open source project was initiated
  • 2008 – The first 3D printed Prosthetic Leg was created
  • 2010 – Presented Urbee, first Prototype car, which was 3D-printed
  • 2011 – The Cornell University had started to create a 3D-Food Printer
  • 2012 – First Prosthetic Jaw was printed as well as implanted
  • 2015 – The Carbon 3D has issued their ultra-fast 3D-printing machine
  • 2016 – The lab of Daniel Kelly had successfully printed a 3D bone

What is 3D printing?

3D printing is one type of Additive Manufacturing (AM) process where a 3 Dimensional object gets printed layer-by-layer using the computerized system.

The Future of 3D Printing

3D printing has moved in many directions and it’s indicated that it will constantly expand in different areas in near future. Some most encouraging areas consist of medical applications, custom-made consumer products and customized parts replacement. As the materials improve as well as the cost goes down, some applications that we can’t imagine nowadays will be possible in the future. Possibly the greatest zone of potential development for 3-D printing is the medical field. Researchers are doing experiments with the concept of making artificial bones using 3-D printers; however the procedure might possibly be utilized for much more. A few companies are making investigations of the chance of printing organic materials; which could be used in different surgeries and possibly replace a much bigger selection of the imperfect human parts. Kitucate provides 3D printing education for beginners through our 3D printing education program where we provide 3D printing education to those who want be a part of the future with 3D printing technology. Contact us for the best 3D printing education services in India.