How Russia Can Help India Boom In Carbon Fibre, 3D Printing Industry

India is beginning to enter the world of carbon fibre and Russia is ready to work together. For infrastructure, automobiles and aircraft manufacturing, carbon fibre and composites will become essential. Similarly, other Russian strengths include 3D printing and additive manufacturing, the process of making things a layer at a time. It helps in the world of aeronautics and the manufacture of heavy machinery.
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Carbon Fibre (L) 3D Printing Industry (R) | Representative Image (Photo: Pexels)

Sochi: It is five times stronger than steel, and it doesn't rust, making carbon-fibre a substance of the future. Except that the future is (almost) here and it works! For infrastructure, automobiles and aircraft manufacturing, carbon fibre and composites will become essential. India is beginning to enter the world of carbon fibre and Russia is ready to work together.
"We hear that 40,000 bridges in India need refurbishing and carbon fibre can have a role. It is important in the world of automobiles and aviation and even things like wind blades (necessary for wind energy, the future). All these areas need locally made materials," Iurii Svistunov, deputy CEO and Chief Technical Officer of the Rosatom Composite Division, told TIMES NOW.
"India, by 2030, can be manufacturing carbon fibre composites worth several billion dollars if there is energetic development in the key application industries. India can manufacture and consume ten times the amount it imports now and we want to be supportive, running composite projects in India and promoting market growth through internal infrastructural consumption," he added.
Similarly, other Russian strengths include 3D printing and additive manufacturing, the process of making things a layer at a time. It helps in the world of aeronautics and the manufacture of heavy machinery.
"3D printing is necessary when the product has high technical characteristics," said Ilya Kavelashvili, director-general, additive technology integrator, Rosatom. "We are happy to work with Indian firms, whether in the public or private sector. We are leaders in additive technologies and we can consider manufacturing in India," he said.
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