Prime Minister Narendra Modi recently announced his pride in India’s first-ever 3D-printed post office, which is located in Cambridge Layout, Bengaluru. He emphasized that this unique enterprise symbolizes the country’s progress and ability to rely on itself. PM Modi even tweeted photos of the post office on his Twitter account to highlight its accomplishment.
Union minister Ashwini Vaishnaw presided over the post office’s inaugural ceremony in Bengaluru. Vaishnaw emphasized the need for progress and self-sufficiency in today’s world. He stated that this achievement represents a big shift.
What’s really astounding is that the 3D-printed post office was erected in just 45 days, which is far faster than the six to eight months it usually takes using standard construction methods. Larsen & Toubro Limited oversaw the construction, with technical assistance from IIT Madras.
This endeavor was lauded by Ashwini Vaishnaw as a significant step forward. He acknowledged IIT Madras’ outstanding contributions to this technology and predicted that as 3D printing becomes more generally embraced, more projects will utilize it in a building.