Dell’s printer ink can now be printed in the home of a family in India for as little as Rs.10,000, the company said on Tuesday.
The Printer Ink Corporation (PIK) said the company had signed a memorandum of understanding with an engineering company to manufacture a model for a 3-D printer in the village of Jhansi in the central state of Maharashtra.
“The ink has to be ready by April 2018 and the model will be manufactured here in the house,” the company wrote in a statement.
“This is a milestone in the history of 3D printing in India, with the world’s largest print head company now in partnership with a local company,” the statement added.PIK, based in Mumbai, is one of India’s biggest and oldest 3-d printing companies.
Its inkjet printer is the largest in the world and has helped to revolutionise the printing industry in India.
The company is currently making 3D printers in more than 100 countries.