The first 3D-printed post office building in India was dedicated by Ashwini Vaishnaw on Friday in Bengaluru.
Bengaluru’s first 3D-printed post office building was dedicated on Friday by Union Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw. The Union Minister noted in his remarks on the occasion that Bengaluru has always painted a fresh portrait of India.
The Union Minister noted that Bengaluru has always painted a fresh portrait of India while speaking on the occasion. “…This city constantly offers a fresh perspective on India. The new image you saw of the post office building made using 3D printing embodies modern India. That’s the attitude with which India is moving forward at the moment.The distinguishing characteristic is the spirit of innovation and the spirit of creating our own technologies. According to Ashwini Vaishnaw, reported by the news agency ANI, “All this is feasible because the country has a leadership that is resolute and has faith in the ability of our people.
The minister praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s administration and said that the country has created numerous new technology during the previous nine years, and the 3D-printed concrete structure had been built in the same spirit.
“Under PM Modi’s leadership, the nation has created several new technologies during the past nine years, including Vande Bharat, 4G, and 5G. Building a 3D-printed concrete structure on-site is a fantastic idea in that same vein. It serves as a technological demonstration, and IIT Madras did fantastic work on it, according to Vaishnaw, who was reported by the news agency PTI.