For the first time in India, WOL3D is bringing the 3D printing experience to consumers with the launch of its new eco-friendly experience center in Mumbai. The state-of-the-art center makes high-end AM technology more accessible, allowing anyone to touch, feel, learn and experience this futuristic technology that can be easily used in their everyday lives.
WOL3D has been leading the 3D printing revolution in the country with its mission to make 3D printing accessible, affordable, and simply put, super exciting for everyone. The experience center is an extension of its commitment to putting India on the global 3D printing map, giving customers access to a variety of products and services for business and personal use. Here, you can get up close to a wide range of state-of-the-art 3D printing machines, take a look at how 3D objects are actually made, and even create your own.
Visitors can make just about anything here, whether it’s something for their homes, merchandise for their brands, custom figurines and collectibles, a dress or piece of jewelry, mass-produced product prototypes, architectural structures, medical models, or just something. out of the ordinary. of imagination. Also perfect for custom and on-demand needs.
“We have an experienced team to guide you, bring your vision to life in 3D and answer your questions. All of this happens while keeping sustainability at the core, with biodegradable plastic filaments used as the core manufacturing material. The center is equipped with solar panels and runs entirely on clean energy, further minimizing its carbon footprint,” said WOL3D co-founder and director Rahul Chandalia, who has been widely recognized as the revolutionary of 3D printing in the industry. India.
“Although still in a nascent stage, 3D printing has rapidly gained momentum in India, especially after the pandemic,” he explained. “3D printing technology is exciting and almost magical, but it’s also intimidating from the outside. Our goal is to educate India on how 3D printing can benefit people and how they can use it themselves in their daily lives. I think the future will be 3D printed, but we want that future to come today.”
From cement walls and lamps to wearable fashion and medical products, WOL3D collaborated with experts from across the country to showcase what AM technology is capable of. Visitors can browse and take home a 3D printer starting at Rs 15,000 (about $200) or a 3D pen starting at Rs 900, from a wide range of options intended for personal or professional use. Those who want to experiment with making a 3D printed product or are interested in learning more about this technology can attend a crash course, accompanied by seeing first-hand how it works in real life.