When’s the last time you made something or took something apart to see how it worked or to turn it into something else? Unless you have a hobby that requires you to be hands on, you probably haven’t made anything in a while. For many of us, making something is both a difficult and rewarding process. While the motivation is there, finding the time and place to tinker can be a whole other barrier to entry—unless you have access to a makerspace. Sargashala is a 3d printing makerspace where students enter with an idea and leaves with a complete project.
(IMAGINATION TO CREATION).
Our space help in democratization of design, engineering and fabrication in early education. The purpose of SARGASHALA is to enable students to design prototype and create manufactured works that wouldn’t be possible to create with the resources available to individuals working alone.
- 3D Printers, 3D Pen, 3D Scanners & consumables (Quantity & variants according to requirements)
- 1 time training to the concerned staff
- Slicer software
- Teaching modules
- 1 year hardware warranty
- CAD designs
Need of Sargashala:
3D PRINTING is a game changer in future of industries. It is one of the fastest pace growing field under the umbrella of Industrial revolution 4.0. Industrial revolution 4.0 is a term used to mark the advent (dawn) of new technologies those are brimming the gap between physical, ecological and digital world that will help in sustainable growth.
As best described by Professor Klaus Schwab (founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum) – “We are at the beginning of a revolution that is fundamentally changing the way we live, work and relate to one another”.
In Sargashala we break down the clutter of complexities for students to learn and implement additive manufacturing, Sarga provides a centralized repository of knowledge and exceptional industry experience which help students to be prepared for Industry 4.0.