Amrita TBI Fab Lab
Rapid Prototyping

Platform for accelerating your
prototyping through iterative
development strategy

About The Amrita TBI Fab Lab

Amrita TBI Fab Lab facilitates the innovators to iterate their Ideas with help of digital fabrication facilities. The Fab Lab can be used to transform an idea into a prototype. Amrita TBI Fab lab facility includes wide range of Digital Fabrication tools such as 3D printer, CNC Machines, Laser Cutter, PCB Printers, measuring tools , and other Machine tools.

Amrita TBI Fab Lab provides an innovative platform for entrepreneur and startups in emerging technology areas such as additive manufacturing, IoT, Artificial intelligence, Cyber security and interactive electronics.

3D PRINTER

Model:   Makerbot Z18
Build volume:   330 x 240 x 300 mm
Nozzle diameter:   0.4 mm

ULTIMAKER S5

Build Volume:   495 x 585 x 780 mm
Nozzle diameter:   0.8
Materials:   PLA, Nylon, ABS

ULTIMAKER 3E

Build Volume:   342 x 505 x 688 mm
Nozzle diameter:   0.8
Materials:     PLA, Nylon, ABS

CNC MILLING AND LATHE

Table Size:   650 x 350 mm
X-Axis Travel:   400mm
Controller:     Fanuc

CNC LATHE

Max. Turning Dia:   320 mm
Printable formats:  STL, OBJ
Controller:     Fanuc

LASER CUTTER

Area:   1300 x 900 mm
Operations:   Cutting and Engraving
Materials:   Wood, Acrylic, Fabric

MITRE SAW

Model:   GCM10 MX
Cutting capacity:   45° incline: 67 mm
Blade diameter:   255 mm

SANDER

Model:   GEX 125
Speed:   7500-12000 RPM
Diameter:   125 mm

BAND SAW

Fly-wheel speed (rpm):   960
Cutting speed in m/min:   1100
Blade length in mm:   4318

BENCH GRINDER

Power:  0.5 HP
RPM:   3000
Grit:   24, 60

DRILL PRESS

Power:   0.5 HP
Spindle Travel:   75mm
Spindle:   16 mm

ANGLE GRINDER

Wheel Diameter:   100 mm
Depth:   270 cm
Maximum Speed:   11000 rpm

FAB LAB Services

3D Printing services

Amrita TBI Fab Lab includes a dedicated rapid prototyping facility with a great selection of high resolution 3D printers offering high quality 3D prints across extensive list of materials such as ABS, PLA, Nylon, CPE, CPE+, PC, TPU 95A, PP, PVA. Amrita TBI Fab Lab offers 3D printing services at a quick turnaround time and, quality post processing at a discounted price. Easy online ordering and shipping option is available.

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Laser cutting services

Laser cutting machine is available at Amrita TBI Fab Lab for cutting and engraving services to convert your designs into prototypes and products. Laser cutting machine is ideal for both prototype and product development. The machine has user-friendly interface offers high quality and durable products at the best price.

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CNC Machines and Metalworking

Amrita TBI Digital fabrication facility includes the machine tools for the precision machining such as CNC milling machine, CNC lathe, Drilling and Grinding. This manufacturing facility helps hardware projects that need metal working to develop a prototype or product.

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Fab Lab Projects at Amrita TBI

AMRITA TBI Fab lab also provides Co-Working Space for innovators to build and test their hardware prototypes across niche areas such as Robotics, IoT, Mechatronics, Biomedical, industrial automation and edge computing.

INNOVATIVE PROSTHETICS

Innovative prosthetics is a low cost customizable prosthetic arm that can be made affordable to all levels of society. Its unique value proposition lies in the ability of the product to be controlled by voice commands, through apps and by bio signals.

Walker for Parkinson’s patients

People affected from Parkinson disease usually suffer from difficulty in walking under the phenomena named freezing. The affected person faces difficulty and fails to initiate walking. We have tested a walker and prototyped with iterating the design and developed a safe, low cost walker for mobility of patient and help them walk.

Soft Pneumatic Actuators

The large machinery robots require exceptionally consistent actuators aided by soft Pneumatic Actuators. Prototypes for a range of purposes from grippers and hands to micro walking robots and swimming robots with three modes as pick, hold and place are controlled with the aid of sensors were developed and tested.

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