Aha 3D (www.aha3d.in) was founded in 2010 with a mission to carry out fundamental development on 3D printing technologies, and to serve as a platform for high technology indigenous research in this area. Certified for quality under ISO 9001:2008, Aha3D machines are uniquely evolved to bring true value in the Indian context, while offering globally competitive features.
The core strength of the company is in-house design and development speacialization on all aspects of machine design, including embedded firmware, application software, core electronics and mechatronics. All the machines are fully designed in-house, and manufactured in India by our complementary network of manufacturing partners. In addition, the company has a matching external consultants network in place, which ensure essential aspects like design for optimum manufacturability, ergonomics, and human factors of the machines.
Aha3D has continuously pursued innovation as a part of its DNA, and launched several innovative 3D printers regularly since its inception.
Aha3D is in collaboration with renowned research bodies for development of key technologies in 3D printing space. This section lists some of the collaborations.
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
Aha3D is the member of the SMART foundry 2020 consortium being convened by Dr. B. Ravi, IIT Bombay.
Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur
Aha3D is engaged with MNIT Jaipur at various levels for technology development in the field of 3D printing.
Engineering Staff College of India
Aha3D is the preferred technology partner for the Engineering Staff College of India, Hyderabad to promote indigenous Additive Manufacturing realted activities.
Installation base of Aha3D
The company has a pan-India presence through their distributor and customer support network including 3D Foregoer.
Aha3D machine users include several prestigious organizations like DRDO, ISRO, IITH, DST (Rajasthan), JCB, Adobe Systems, Geometric Limited, and several NITs.
The company boasts of launching India’s first fully-indigenous 3D printer in 2012, and the first dual extruder soluble support 3D printer in Oct 2013. The present product line fulfils various requirements with fused plastic deposition 3D printers. The offerings include Desktop, Industrial and custom build size 3D printers. The features set of machines include cutting edge features like network monitoring and control, advanced self diagnostics and remote maintenance of machines.
Going forward, the company plans to continue indigenous research and development of 3D printing domain, and catering to the upcoming requirements with cutting-edge technology and local market know-how.