Rinna Gu, Overseas Head at UnionTech, said, “We were searching for an experienced partner in the Indian AM Industry. Looking at Sahas’ varied application solutions, they suited best as our partners to represent UnionTech in India.”
Sahas Softech specializes in industrial design and prototyping and has concluded projects related to engineering, architectural and consumer goods.
Furthermore, the company has also worked with the Indian holding company Reliance Industries and TATA Consulting Engineers, a subsidiary of the multinational conglomerate TATA Group. The automotive branch of the group, TATA Motors, is considered the primary driving force behind the growth of the Indian 3D printing industry.
With the new partnership, SAHA Softech will add UnionTech’s industrial SLA 3D printers and Farsoon’s polymer SLS machines to its portfolio. “The future of SLS and SLA 3D Printing technology looks very promising and is the next step to on-demand manufacturing,” said, Sohrab Kothari, co-founder of Sahas Softech.
Kothari further added, “The cooperation between Farsoon and Sahas will join hands to bring the open, high-quality and cost-efficient AM solutions to the Indian market. We believe Farsoon’s open platform is the most suitable choice for Indian customers.”
“With technologies of Open Parameter, Open Material capabilities, Farsoon and UnionTech are open for business in India.”
3D printing in India
As Vince Zhao, International Channel Manager at Farsoon explained, “The application of Additive Manufacturing has been developing for over decades in the Indian market. Just like the rapid economic growth in India, the demand for innovative technologies such as Additive Manufacturing is growing very fast.”
“As one of the most important market for Farsoon’s globalization strategy, I believe India has great potential and will become one of the most active market of AM.”
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Featured image shows Sahas Softech and Farsoon Technologies at TCT Asia 2019. Image via Sahas Softech.