How is 3D Printing in Hyderabad Make It’s Way To The Top
At a startup meet in Hyderabad, 3D printers left the crowd mesmerized. On display were tumblers, table mats, skulls, superhero toys and a handbag worth Rs 1 lakh, all taken out from a printer. People huddled around the stalls to see how these products were printed and asked questions out of curiosity and fascination with the 3D printing technology. Be it young or old, dentists or teachers everybody wanted to know more about this technology which was proving to be transformational and impactful. A young student even 3D printed a box to build a sensor for blind people.
3D printing is certainly transforming the manufacturing space. Almost anything that you want can be printed on a 3D printer in minutes or hours without running around from shop to shop to gather raw material and get the product manufactured. The city of Hyderabad has embraced 3D printing and is experimenting with the technology right from printing bags, spare parts, sculptures to gifts.
Students are now more interested in their science projects, architects are getting prototypes for their estate projects, automobile manufacturers are 3D printing spare parts and educational institutions in the city are promoting the technology like never before. Students of BITS-Pilani, Hyderabad are already working on the technology and IIT Hyderabad has also introduced the course in its curriculum.
International School of Hyderabad has welcomed this technology with open arms and hopes to take innovation to a next level in their classrooms. International School of Hyderabad is a school known for its varied culture catering to students from over 27 nationalities and providing the most recent technologies in their school premises. This step will surely boost 3D Printing in Hyderabad by becoming a benchmark for other schools. The school choose 3Dexter to take care of this technology and run an annual curriculum on 3D Printing catering to over 400 students. 3Dexter will be catering to students from 3rd standard to 12th standard, providing them with hands-on knowledge and experiential learning with the help of 3D Printing.
3D printing in Hyderabad is not a new phenomenon. Apart from a few schools, Hyderabad also has some makerspaces providing 3D Printing and other services to the local people. Though, having a curriculum developed around 3D Printing is something new that Hyderabad should look out for. According to team 3Dexter,3D Printing in Hyderabad has a bright future and they expect to collaborate with more schools and colleges in the coming years making 3D Printing accessible to more people. 3D printing has arrived in the city and it is now time for the people of Hyderabad to the make the most of it.