Engineering and IT services company Infosys and 3D printing specialist Renishaw plan to promote the volume production of end-use metal components.
Engineering and IT services company Infosys and 3D printing specialist Renishaw plan to promote the volume production of end-use metal components.

Engineering and IT services company Infosys and 3D printing specialist Renishaw have joined forces to promote the volume production of end-use metal components.

‘Additive manufacturing enables us to design and make innovative products with spectacular gains in performance and efficiency,’ says Sudip Singh, global head, engineering service at Infosys Ltd. ‘Infosys has developed a rich knowledge base of AM design best practices, coupled with powerful design tools to analyse and optimise product designs, so that we can take full advantage of the flexibility that AM offers.’

The two companies are currently working together on projects for customers located in Europe, Asia and North America.

This story is reprinted from material from Renishawwith editorial changes made by Materials Today. The views expressed in this article do not necessarily represent those of Elsevier.