REGISTRATIONS OPEN: Industry Oriented 3D Printing Workshops in November 2018
VOiLA 3D is a pioneer in on-demand 3D Printing (a.k.a. additive manufacturing) services and education, specializing in today’s most in-demand 3D Printing skills. The leading source for on-demand 3D printing services and industry oriented 3D printing workshops, we help engineers leverage the enormous potential, the rapidly evolving 3D Printing technology has to offer.
What began as a small experiment with one 3D Printer and a handful of PLA filaments, has since grown into a 3D Printer farm of 06 enterprise grade 3D Printers, spread over 02 additive technologies and wide range of technical plastics. As of June 2018, we have 3D printed more than 3318 parts in FDM and SLA technologies, in 18+ technical plastics and have clocked more than 21,714 hours in 3D Printing.
During the last 03 years, the VOiLA Team has had the valuable opportunity to interact with hundreds of customers. Each interaction and discussion strengthened our belief that we should contribute more towards enabling and empowering individuals hone their skill-sets through re-skilling and up-skilling initiatives which in-turn will bridge the wide-spread skills gap, leading to better and faster product development. VOiLA 3D Academy is a dedicated initiative by us in this direction, providing industry oriented training in 3D Printing to individuals and companies, to close the skills gap and foster product development.
At VOiLA 3D Academy, we provide industry oriented training in 3D Printing, to individuals and companies; to bridge the skills gap and foster product development.
Vaibhav makes things work at VOiLA 3D. He wears many hats; he leads our business growth, innovation and is the course director for our industry oriented 3D Printing Training Programs. In addition to being an avid learner, he is passionate about technical education; loves teaching both professionally and while waiting for the metro. He graduated from Atria Institute of Technology. Prior to founding VOiLA 3D, Vaibhav was a Research Associate in a project on nanomaterials; funded by a DRDO extramural research grant, served as a faculty member of the M.E. department at Atria and was previously a project intern at the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.