3D Scanning Service in Gangtok, Sikkim

3D Scanning Service in Gangtok, Sikkim 2017-03-25T15:51:35+00:00

think3D offers high quality 3D Scanning services for Industrial  and novelty applications. We offer both Reverse Engineering and Inspection in Gangtok, Sikkim. We pride ourselves in being the most customer oriented 3D scanning service provider in Gangtok. We use high quality scanners to offer the most competitive prices in Gangtok for 3D Scanning services. As an option, we offer 3D printing of the scanned parts and facilitate mass manufacturing of components.

Our Services

Our services include 3D Printing & Prototyping Service, 3D design and rendering, 3D scanning, 3D design customization.

Customers Speak

think3D supplied couple of machines to us, one of which is a 3D printer. think3D team is reliable, was with us till the satisfactory delivery was made and minor post-delivery glitches were addressed. Highly dependable and trustworthy!

–  Dr. Srinivas Prakash Regalla, Professor, BITS Pilani

About think3D

think3D is India’s largest 3D printing platform launched with the mission “3D Printing For All”. At think3D, we offer 3D Printers, 3D Printing Services, 3D Scanning Services, Design Store and also provide latest news on 3D printing technology. Over the last 1 year, think3D served various reputed clients like GE, Microsoft, Polycom, HCL, Wipro, Himalaya Wellness, IITs, BITS Pilani and so on.

About Gangtok, Sikkim

3D Scanning Service in Gangtok, SikkimGangtok is a municipality, the capital and the largest town of the Indian state of Sikkim. It also is the headquarters of the East Sikkim district. Gangtok is located in the eastern Himalayan range, at an elevation of 1,650 m (5,410 ft). The town’s population of 100,000 belongs to different ethnicities such as Nepali, Lepchas and Bhutia. Nestled within higher peaks of the Himalaya and enjoying a year-round mild temperate climate, Gangtok is at the center of Sikkim’s tourism industry. Gangtok rose to prominence as a popular Buddhist pilgrimage site after the construction of the Enchey Monastery in 1840. In 1894, the ruling Sikkimese Chogyal, Thutob Namgyal, transferred the capital to Gangtok.

Source: Wikipedia

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