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    The National Centre for Additive Manufacturing (NCAM) has opened its doors at Osmania University in Hyderabad. The centre, also known as the National Centre for 3D Printing, is India’s first national hub dedicated to cutting-edge additive manufacturing technologies. The establishment of NCAM is expected to cater to the needs of various industries and drive a transformative shift in manufacturing across India. With an aim of contributing $1 billion to India’s GDP through additive manufacturing by 2025, there is a tremendous potential for further growth in sectors such as electronics and healthcare.

    Alkesh Kumar Sharma, Secretary of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, emphasized the need for collaborative efforts between industry, academia, and government to realize this vision. NCAM aims to bring together leading experts, industry partners, and researchers from diverse disciplines to serve as a dynamic hub for additive manufacturing. Jaspreet Sidhu, CEO of NCAM, highlighted the centre’s role in driving innovation, propelling economic growth, and shaping the future of manufacturing.

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    The launch of NCAM signifies a pivotal step towards unlocking the vast potential of additive manufacturing in India. It is expected to fuel advancements, facilitate knowledge sharing, and foster a collaborative ecosystem that propels the country’s manufacturing capabilities to new heights.

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