Inside the issue: August 2019


3D printing technology was invented by U.S. engineer Charles Hull more than three decades ago, but it remained a relatively obscure industrial process. But not anymore. The technology is gradually changing lives, and disrupting sectors from aerospace, healthcare, to automobiles, and construction.

With companies working on 3D printed products prosthetic limbs, and car parts, it is being called the next industrial revolution. Some of the world’s biggest companies like GE, United Technologies, and Honeywell are busy making jet engines and parts using 3D printing. Associate editor Abhik Sen and deputy editor Ashish Gupta’s August cover story explores how constant innovation and developments in the field have made 3D printing a game changer which is disrupting industry and effecting lives in ways never thought of before.

Additionally, there is a story on how Indian companies are moving towards sustainable manufacturing, and a photo essay on the Kashi Vishwanath corridor project, where the state government is in the process of building a pathway from the river Ganga to the Kashi Vishwanath temple.

Issue on stands and on Amazon.

Follow us on Facebook, X, YouTube, Instagram and WhatsApp to never miss an update from Fortune India. To buy a copy, visit Amazon.

Trends Manufacturing Aviation 3D printing Prosthetics

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required field are marked*

Top Videos