• About us

  • TRIKOLAA TECH LLP Company
  • The 3d world of opportunities, started by Mr. Harsh Juthani and Mr.Luv Dedhia in 2014 in Mumbai and provides integrated solutions in 3D printers, print materials, professional and consumer custom-parts services and Training Workshops for Students and Hobbyist.

    As a fast growing organization, we are committed to offer premium quality machines and equipment to our customers. The idea is to not just meet but exceed the expectations of our clients by providing those products that are high on functionality and performance.3D Printers use proprietary processes to fabricate physical objects using input from computer-aided design and manufacturing software. It's technologies and services are used in the design, development and production stages of many student's based projects.

    TRIKOLAA provide prototypes to an assortment of industries from jewellery, engineering, automotive, architecture, consumer goods, etc. With our diverse range of state-of-the-art equipment, we offer customers complete solutions.The company offers professional- and production-grade 3D printers, in addition to a line of personal 3D printers and 3D-printed consumer products. Soon after the start, the company has mainly focused on developing the designing skills among the students, which can be used with the indigenously designed and manufactured 3D Printers. The target areas that the company is looking for are educational domains, industrial services and domestic consumers.

    The company indulges all its efforts to help customization touch next levels. The company supports and cheer leads the notion that 3D printing will revolutionize the way the world thinks and creates. It believes that 3D printing will positively impact global sustainability initiatives by reducing the carbon footprint of modern manufacturing's extensive need for shipping and inventory. The company predicts a future where "kids from 8 to 80" can design and print their ideas at home or locally. The company claims it wants to bring "colouring book simplicity" to 3D printing.