Poeir Jets selects Intech’s powder-bed-based 3D printers to make parts for its Heavy-lift Drones

India-based manufacturer of micro-Jet engines Poeir Jets willutilize Intech Additive Solutions’ metal 3D printers to manufacture parts for its Heavy-lift Drones. Intech is an India-based pioneer in the development of metal 3D printers based on laser powder bed fusion technology (LPBF).

Unveiled last year, the ‘iFusion LF series’ includes a Large Format range of Metal
3D Printers with a high build rate for cost effective manufacturing.

The company’s portfolio includes machines that range from a single 500W laser printer – which is upgradeable – to a quad laser configuration with 700W and 1000W lasers if
required. The LF series of machines require the lowest initial investment to
procure and install, compared to other similar-sized metal 3D printers,
along with locally available spares and support. All 3D printers of the company work with its software suite for Metal Additive Manufacturing.

Indian companies have a huge interest in 3D Printers that build parts
larger than 400mm. All these machines must be imported and are prohibitively
expensive. There are other issues like long lead times for support and
spares, making Indian companies ultimately settle for the less expensive
mid-sized machines. The ‘iFusion LF Series’ amply fills this void
.” said
Pradeep Nair, Vice President -Hardware Sales, Intech.”The system supports a
wide range of materials like Aluminium, Titanium, Steel, Inconel and Cobalt
Chrome addressing the needs of industries such as Aerospace, Automotive,
General Engineering, Tool & Die and Medical Market segments in India and

 “The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has identified
Additive Manufacturing (AM) as a critical focus area. The Government plans
to promote various AM sector verticals including machines, materials,
software, and design methodologies to leverage new and untapped business
opportunities. This initiative will prepare the Indian manufacturing sector
for Industry 4.0 and evolve an integrated approach towards this emerging
.’ said Sridhar Balaram, CEO of Intech.” Intech’s range of metal
3D printers is indigenously designed and manufactured for both the Indian
and global markets. In this regard it is “Made in India, Built for the
World” and captures the essence of the Aatmanirbhar initiative of the Indian
Government. We have an excellent team in place and are confident of
enhancing and growing the Indian AM ecosystem with our range of metal 3D
printers, and end-to-end metal AM solutions.

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