A state of the Art Dedicated R&D Centre is presently under construction which will spread over 4000 Square Meters & will serve as the backbone of our new direction. The R&D center will also house Naya Energy’s R&D Division. The 5 Key Areas of the R&D Division are as below:
A number of new material chemistries have been worked on during the many R&D Projects to assess the material compositions & applications of newer metals. The New Energy Era has led to a number of opportunities & rise to newer applications of conventional metals with innovative manufacturing processes.
A number of key areas of R&D are as follow:
The crankshafts are forged in our 16000 T hammer / 8000 T Press as per requirement & customer specification.
We use a number of additive manufacturing methodologies for rapid prototyping & New Product Development. This ensures flexibility & Speed in the New Product Development process & ensures a rapid development of New Prototypes
The Use of 3D Scanning also adds efficiency & speeds up the entire design & development Process. The In-House Infrastructure for 3D Scanning can measure up to 5 Million Points in 2 Seconds & 7-20pm Accuracy.
The Additive Manufacturing Centre also formulates a good foundation for our company’s foray in the Aerospace Industry with a large product portfolio that now is possible by the Additive Manufacturing Methodology.
3D printing also is a key area as part of our In-House Tool Room Strategy as key components from the Manufacturing Process can now be produced In-House in the 3D Printing Center.
The Machining Facilities are well supported with State-of-the-Art Infrastructure namely:
The R&D complements the above excellence by further enhancing the existing capability of our company. The Three Key Pillars that are now possible in the R&D Center:
All our facilities are being powered by Renewable Energy Sources as part of our strategy to drastically reduce our carbon footprint.
There is a continuous focus in the below areas:
A key focus is Aluminium as part of the light metals that have seen a surge in demand in the New Energy Vehicles.