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The increasing demand for the adoption of 3 D Printing-based solutions and design-based solutions is creating potential opportunities for the accomplishment of the 3 D printing market across the globe.

About 3 D Printing Technology Anywhere

3D Printing Technologies: An Overview. 3D printing is sometimes referred to as Additive Manufacturing (AM). In 3D printing, one creates a design of an object using software, and the 3D printer creates the object by adding layer upon layer of material until the shape of the object is formed. 3D printing is used to manufacture molds for making jewelry, and even the jewelry itself. 3D printing is becoming popular in the customizable gifts industry, with products such as personalized models of art and dolls, in many shapes: in metal or plastic, or as consumable art, such as 3D printed chocolate.

About the 3 D printing Lab:

The 3D printing laboratory is a modern research facility for product development and manufacturing methodology. Additive Manufacturing (which is also often referred to as 3D printing) is a term referring to a range of layer-upon-layer manufacturing technologies, used for both prototyping and manufacturing purposes.

Flexible Design 3D printing allows for the design and print of more complex designs than traditional manufacturing processes. ... Rapid Prototyping, Print on Demand, Strong and Lightweight Parts, Fast Design and Production, Minimizing Waste and Cost Effective.

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With this revolutionary shift already under way, managers should now be engaging with strategic questions on three levels:

First, sellers of tangible products should ask how their offerings could be improved, whether by themselves or by competitors. Fabricating an object layer by layer, according to a digital “blueprint” downloaded to a printer, allows not only for limitless customization but also for designs of greater intricacy.

Second, industrial enterprises must revisit their operations. As additive manufacturing creates myriad new options for how, when, and where products and parts are fabricated, what network of supply chain assets and what mix of old and new processes will be optimal?

Third, leaders must consider the strategic implications as whole commercial ecosystems begin to form around the new realities of 3-D printing. Much has been made of the potential for large swaths of the manufacturing sector to atomize into an untold number of small “makers.” But that vision tends to obscure a surer and more important development: To permit the integration of activities across designers, makers, and movers of goods, digital platforms will have to be established. At first these platforms will enable design-to-print activities and design sharing and fast downloading. Soon they will orchestrate printer operations, quality control, real-time optimization of printer networks, and capacity exchanges, among other needed functions. The most successful platform providers will prosper mightily by establishing standards and providing the settings in which a complex ecosystem can coordinate responses to market demands. But every company will be affected by the rise of these platforms. There will be much jockeying among incumbents and upstarts to capture shares of the enormous value this new technology will create.

For more information about 3 D Printing LAB @GHRIET, contact Dr. Praveen Kumar Rai at

Vision & Mission

    Our Vision

  • To create excellence in the field of Mechanical Engineering by imparting quality education to develop our students to be capable of facing technological challenges.

    Our Mission

    Our efforts are dedicated to:

    • To adopt a strict teaching-learning monitoring system.
    • Provide high quality, innovative, and responsive education.

The learning outcomes

  • CO1 Understand the principles of rapid prototyping and its applications in a product development, including iterative design, testing, and refinement.
  • CO2 Demonstrate proficiency in using digital design tools, such as computer-aided design (CAD) software, to create 3D models for fabrication.
  • CO3 Utilize 3D printing technologies to transform digital designs into physical objects, considering factors such as resolution, material properties, and post-processing requirements.
  • CO4 Explore the boundaries for design and development of real product by using Additive manufacturing (3D Printing).

A Pioneering New Program for GHRIET Students

In partnership with the world’s leading 3 D printing Tech solution provider, Anywhere, 3 D printing Lab @ GHRIET will provide students training in 3 D printing Anywhere’s 360 platform. Upon successful completion of the 3 D printing -specific portion of the course, students will receive a 3 D printing technology Anywhere A360 Essential design and Professional badge.

What is 3 D Printing Technology?

3D printing is an additive process whereby layers of material are built up to create a 3D part. This is the opposite of subtractive manufacturing processes, where a final design is cut from a larger block of material. As a result, 3D printing creates less material wastage.

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