Marathwada MedTech Lab

MIT MedTech
A Medical Devices Rapid Prototyping Facility funded by BIRAC as a part of National Biopharma Mission Supported by DECPL and IESA


Additive Manufacturing Facility3D Printing


A product needs more than one kind of material and process to deliver intended performance. We offer the following facilities and services: Additive Manufacturing – 3D printing of objects in a wide range of materials, directly from CAD data .


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Additive Manufacturing Facility
MIT MedTech

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is the exact opposite of the traditional way of making objects. Instead of machining or "subtracting" material to form an object - much like how a sculptor cuts away clay - 3D printing adds layer upon layer of material to build an object. Product designers and engineers upload a digital (CAD) file to a 3D printer, which then prints a solid 3D object. Our facility is equipped with industry manufacturing grade 3 D printer that has component built size of 406x355x406 mm. It is enabled to build components with our familiar materials.

- Production Grade all material enabled 3 D printers
- Prototype 3 D printer
- Dental Machine

Our facility is equipped with industry manufacturing grade 3 D printer that has component built size of 406x355x406 mm. It is enabled to build components with our familiar materials. Considering advanced complexity and Demanding requirements of current manufacturers, it is fully loaded with material range that can be used for various applications such as Ultem 1010 for biomedical devices, ABS-ESD7 for antistatic Electronics, Ultem 9085 forAerospace, plastic moulding, Nylon12 CF & Nylon 6 for jigs, fixtures and ABS, ASA for prototyping. It will fulfil most of the industrial application needs. You may refer to the table below for characteristics of materials. Any application / component demanding specific characteristics can be built in our facility.

Dental Machine
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MIT MedTech

With a tray size of 300 x 200 x 100 mm (11.81 x 7.87 x 3.94 in.) and three print modes, we can Print precise 3D dental models in High-quality print mode for applications like diagnostic wax-ups and removable partial-denture casting patterns. The machine offers maximum versatility of selecting material of need.

Model Materials:

Clear Bio-compatible (MED610)
VeroDentPlus™ (MED690)
VeroGlaze™ (MED620)

Materials Available for 3D Printing and their Characteristics

Sr. No Material Characteristics
1 ABS-M30 / ABSplus Versatile material
2 ABS-ESD7 Electrostatic Dissipative
3 ULTEM 1010 Bio Compatible, Chemical resistance & High Temperature material (Only on 900mc)
4 Polycarbonate High Tensile Strength
5 PC-ABS High Impact Strength
6 ABS-M30i Biocompatible (ISO-10993)
7 PC-ISO Biocompatible (ISO-10993)
8 Nylon 12 High Fatigue Resistance
9 ULTEM 9085 High Strength and good chemical resistance, FST Certified hence can be used for aerospace application
10 ST-130 Sacrificial Tooling
11 ANTERO High Strength- High chemical resistance, Wear Resistant
12 Nylon 12CF High Strength- , Jigs Fixtures, Tooling
13 Nylon 6 Fixtures