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NCAM

National Centre for

Additive Manufacturing (NCAM)

The National Centre aims to Position India as a Global Hub for Additive
Manufacturing Development and Deployment

About Us

NCAM aims to create and enable a sustainable ecosystem for product innovation in India with emphasis on research, design, development, and testing through collaborative efforts between academia, industry, and government using the disruptive technology of Additive Manufacturing.

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Highlight of NCAM’s achievements since inception

  1. Conducted faculty development programmes, workshops, seminars, and conferences for professionals across India, impacting more than 10,000 professionals.
  2. Conducted National Startup Technology Grand Challenge and R&D challenge during Dec 22 & Dec 23 respectively promoting innovation amongst Indian AM technology developers.
  3. Successfully completed NCAM’s first cohort of the incubation program. The 6 startups were supported in terms of funding, product development, mentoring, business planning, IPR generation, mentoring, and technology commercialisation.
  4. Organised international events and trade shows in partnership with the industry that drew over 5,000 participants.
  5. Collaborated with national and international bodies such as CDSCO, ASTM & CEMILAC to develop guidelines for additively manufactured products in India.

Helped FOUR companies to enter, invest and expand in the Indian Market leading towards local AM eco system growth in the country.

ABOUT US

The vision of NCAM is "To create and enable a sustainable ecosystem for product innovation in India with emphasis on research, design, development, and testing through collaborative efforts between academia, industry and government using the disruptive technology of Additive Manufacturing.

Our MISION

The NCAM is a company registered under section 8(1) of the Companies Act 2013. The NCAM was established by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Govt. of India, and ITE&C Department, Govt. of Telangana in partnership with industry. It is conceptualized with a vision to create and enable a sustainable ecosystem for product innovation in India with an emphasis on research, design, development, and testing through collaborative efforts between academia, industry, and government using the disruptive technology of Additive Manufacturing.

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Highlight of NCAM's achievements since inception

Conducted faculty development programmes, workshops, seminars, and conferences for professionals across India, impacting more than 10,000 professionals.

How Can NCAM Help?

Technology Transfer Program

Development

Awareness

Start-up Incubation & Acceleration

Implementation

Key Pillars

To achieve the set objectives, NCAM would undertake various activities that can be broadly classified under five pillars.

OUR EVENTS

Key Partners

Featured Job

AM FAQs

Common questions

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is the process of creating an object by building it one layer at a time. Unlike subtractive manufacturing, where an object is formed by cutting away material from a solid block, additive manufacturing adds material to construct the final product.

  1. Design
  2. Layer-by-Layer Framework
  3. Printing
  4. Materials

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, encompasses several technologies. Here are seven main additive manufacturing methods:

  1. Vat photo-polymerization
  2. Material Extrusion
  3. Material Jetting
  4. Binder Jetting
  5. Powder Bed Fusion
  6. Directed Energy Deposition

 

In additive manufacturing, several materials are used across different processes.

  1. Polymers
  2. Metals
  3. Composites  

There are several software solutions available for additive manufacturing.

  1. Ansys
  2. Autodesk Netfabb
  3. 3dSystems
  4. Siemens NX AM
  5. Materialise Magics
  6. Solid Edge
  7. Amphyon
  8. Genoa 3d Simulation
  9. AdditiveLab
  10. 3yourmind

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