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12:48 PM, February 11, 2017
India's Intech DMLS Develops Jet Engine For UAVs, Drones
Intech DMLS launches India's first indigenously developed jet engines

India’s Intech DMLS Limited, a metal 3D printing provider and metal additive manufacturing establishment in aviation sector, has launched first indigenously developed jet engine series for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and Remote Controlled (R/C) Aircraft.

Under the brand name Poeir Jets, promoted by M/s Poeir Jets Private Limited an R&D subsidiary of Intech DMLS has unveiled its series of Jet Engines.

The engine MJE 20 is indigenously designed and manufactured with a thrust of 20 Kgf. It is currently undergoing testing at Bengaluru facility.

“Another Jet engine SJE-350 with a thrust of 350kgf, designed for strategic applications is currently being manufactured. The company also plans to expand into the Turbo Shaft/Fan category in the near future,” Balaram added.

“Jet engines has been developed by a private establishment and augurs well for the industry in looking inwards for innovation in the high technology aviation sector,” said Sridhar Balaram, Founder and Managing Director, Intech DMLS.

The company established in 2012 and has its headquarters in Bengaluru specialises in metal 3D printing provider and metal additive manufacturing. With this India has become the first country in Asia and only the fourth country after the US, Europe and Israel to indigenously develop such an engine in the private space.

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