3D Printing has wide applications across multiple industries namely Medical, Aerospace, Automotive.

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At Sinterize, we have wide range of capabilities offerred through single, easy-to-use platform so you spend less time sourcing parts and more time on design innovation.
SINTERIZE is USA headquartered on-demand manufacturing service provider with a state-of-art manufacturing facility in India. At SINTERIZE, we offer 3D Printing, CNC Machining, Injection Molding, Vacuum Casting services, all under one roof. With our active presence in both USA & India, we are well positioned to cater to companies from USA & Europe looking to diversify supply chains from China.  We have a 20,000 sft facility in India with 20 industrial 3D printers, 10 CNC machines & 2 injection molding machines. We also offer 3D Designing, 3D Scanning, Reverse Engineering services.

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We cater to manufacturing needs of multiple industries namely medical, automotive, consumer goods, manufacturing.


Medical is one industry that is getting rapidly disrupted through 3D Printing. AM is currently being used for vast variety of medical applications. Surgical guides, surgical models, medical implants, orthopedic implants, prosthetics as well are creation of patient-specific replicas of bones and blood vessels.


For the automotive industry recent advances in Additive Manufacturing (AM) (or 3D Printing) have opened doors for newer, more robust designs; lighter, stronger, and safer products; reduced lead times; and reduced costs. In 2015, the annual Wohlers report stated that the automotive industry accounted for 16.1% of all AM expenditure.


3D printing is set to revolutionize the way architects explore designs and innovate. 3D printing for architects empowers them easily create complex, accurate and durable scale models quickly and cost-effectively. Magnificent 3D printed architectural scale models can help architects impress their clients create and seize more opportunities. All of this can be done in-house, in a matter of clicks.



3D Printing is currently the purest digital manufacturing technology available. It doesn’t require tooling or fixturing and has near-zero switching costs in moving a file from one printer to another and from one location to the next. That’s a radical departure from how manufacturing has been done over the last two centuries. Now 3D printing applications in manufacturing are transforming several industries.

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Aerospace and Defense (A&D) are one of the early adopters of 3D Printing technology with the first use of technology dating back to 1989. As of 2022, A&D represents 16.8% share of the $10.4 billion additive manufacturing market and heavily contributes to the ongoing research efforts within the industry. 3D Printing is heavily used in Low volume production, Light weighting of parts, Material efficiency, Part consolidation, Maintenance & repair
Automotive industry is a growing user of additive manufacturing. In 2019 alone, global automotive revenues reached $1.4 billion. This figure is expected to increase to $5.8 billion by 2025. Benefits of 3D Printing in automotive industry include: (a) Faster product development (b) Greater design flexibility (c) Customization (d) Creation of complex geometries.
The medical and dental industry is one of the fastest-growing adopters of additive manufacturing. Applications of AM in medical industry include (a) Enhanced medical devices (b) Personalised healthcare.
To remain competitive in an ever-changing market landscape, retailers and consumer-oriented industries must be able to adapt to evolving consumer demands and industrial trends in an agile way. Additive manufacturing meets these needs, providing a cost-effective approach to product development, testing and production. From consumer electronics to toys and sportswear, key players within the consumer goods industry are increasingly recognizing 3D printing as a valuable addition to existing manufacturing solutions. Benefits of 3D Printing for consumer goods industry include (a) Enhanced product development (b) Faster time to market (c) Mass customisation.
The industrial goods sector includes the production of machinery components, tooling and equipment used in the manufacture of other goods. With increasing production costs and the digitization of manufacturing, industrial OEMs must constantly evolve to maintain operational agility and keep costs down. Manufacturers are therefore increasingly turning to 3D printing to stay agile, responsive, and innovative. Benefits of 3D Printing for industrial goods include (a) Design complexity (b) Shorter lead times (c) On-demand production

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