DesignTech makes foray into 3D printing

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DesignTech makes foray into 3D printing

BANGALORE: DesignTech, the product life cycle and designs solution provider, has entered the 3D printing and modelling market, estimated at $50 million in India.

DesignTech will enter the field with uPrint, the 3D printer from Statasys of the U.S., which sell the printers in the sub-$15,000 price bracket. In the Indian market, the products would cost much less than comparable printers besides taking up less space, Vice-President-International Sales, Woody Frost, told reporters here on Thursday.

Stratasys provided design building services, 3D printing and 3D production systems.


In the Indian market, the products would cost much less expensive than comparable printers in addition to taking up less space, Vice President-International Sales, Woody Frost, told reporters.


this is amazing in 3d printer
in india the cost is less they told
the design tech in 3d its beautiful to see


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