The startup ,founded in 2014, by college students Navin Jain and Kaushik Mudda successfully created a five-axis printing machine that does both printing and cutting.
Ethereal Machines has now become the first company in the world to introduce this hybrid technology in printing. Presently the printing industry mostly uses three axis printing. The five-axis printing machine is usually heavier.
However, Navin and Kaushik compressed it to size of a desktop and also improved the quality of printing. It helps you both print and cut the material conveniently.
“The CES award is a big recognition for an Indian hardware startup. We hardly see entrepreneurs emerging in the hardware space,” said Kaushik.
Ethereal Machines was also one among the top five startups that got an opportunity to interact with prime minister Narendra Modi and adviser to the US President, Ivanka Trump, at Global Entrepreneurship Summit last year.