Industrial 3D printing
In India, there is a need for industrial 3D printing solutions. With all Indian start-ups focusing on consuming 3D printing, this technology is set to bring in the next revolution in the manufacturing process.
Four years ago, four IIT Madras alumni came together to introduce the industrial 3D printing. This led to the formation of Tvasta Manufacturing Solutions, a technology-driven company that builds systems and applications for 3D Printing. “The company aims to enable Production of end products using 3D printing and is working towards making 3D printing a mainstream technology for Industries,” says Adithya VS, CEO, Tvasta Manufacturing Solutions.
Tvasta sees itself as a platform and applications company. Adithya adds, “Tvasta leverages the 3D printing technology platforms to target specific applications in various industries, which can deliver high value to its customers.” He adds that the company has developed 3D printers capable of building large-scale structures in the area of construction 3D printing. An ongoing project in collaboration with a construction company and IIT Madras aims to 3D print toilet modules using 3D Printing. The company is also building India’s first 3D printed house along with the habitat for humanity in IIT Madras.
Tvasta Manufacturing Solutions
Year of establishment: 2016
Growth graph: Moved from small scale printing to building the largest 3D printer in India. Growth has been quite steep with real improvements in offerings and technology year-on-year.
Clientele: Largest construction companies in India, cement companies, and government organisations.