Tvasta’s Concrete 3D Printer Lab Marks Milestone in Kerala’s Construction Industry

By Sunil Sonkar
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Tvasta's Concrete 3D Printer Lab Marks Milestone in Kerala's Construction Industry

Tvasta Manufacturing Solutions is making waves lately. It is a leading deep-tech startup and basically specializes in Construction 3D printing. It launched kerala’s first Concrete 3D Printer Lab on June 25 and the event was attended by key stakeholders including Tvasta representatives and faculty members from Saintgits College. The facility is innovative and established in partnership with Saintgits College of Engineering, Kottayam. The facility aims to spearhead advancements in construction technology.

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Tvasta was founded by alumni of IIT Madras in 2016. Since then, it has been playing important roles in revolutionizing construction practices. It integrates automation and robotics into the processes.

Tvasta Manufacturing Solutions CEO Adithya VS expressed enthusiasm and said they are thrilled to partner with Saintgits College of Engineering and has successfully establish Concrete 3D Printer Lab that mainly focus on research and development. He added that the lab will serve as an important hub in the state where innovative approaches can be explored in the construction technology segment.

The lab features ‘NIRMAAN RD11’ 3D Printer of Tvasta. It is capable in printing up to one cubic meter volume. The advanced equipment will also being considered as an opportunity for students, researchers and industry professionals to explore the new tools.

Saintgits College of Engineering is simultaneously renowned for commitment to academic excellence and innovation. It views the new lab as a cornerstone in educational framework. Dr. Thomas T. John, Director of Saintgits Group of Institutions, emphasized the significance of the lab. He said that they are proud to inaugurate the facility that aligns with their vision too of fostering innovation and simultaneously equipping students with the latest technological advancements in engineering.

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