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  • Launches NAMIC

    Singapore Launches NAMIC To Help Scale Up Use Of 3D Printing

    22 Sep 2015 NAMIC was formed to support the country's 3D printing infrastructure. The new cluster was launched by Mr S Iswaran, Minister for Trade and Industry. "NAMIC will translate related upstream research in Singapore's public research entities and institutes of higher learning into… read more
  • MediaCorp TV Interview News: 3D/4D Printing For The Future

    MediaCorp TV Interview News: 3D/4D Printing For The Future

    26 Oct 2015 Using components made from smart shape-memory materials with slightly different responses to heat, researchers have demonstrated a four-dimensional printing technology that allowed creation of complex self-folding structures.
  • Singapore’s First3D-Printed Concept Car

    Singapore’s First 3D-Printed Concept Car

    05 Nov 2015 Nanyang Technological University (NTU) students have built Singapore’s first urban solar electric car with an innovative 3D-printed body shell that has 150 parts. Mounted on a carbon fibre single shell chassis, the NTU Venture (NV) 8 will race in the Urban Concept category at this year’s Shell Eco-… read more
  • 3D Printing Of Rooms By Robots

    3D Printing Of Rooms By Robots

    18 May 2016 In the future, your room might be 3D printed by a robot that can spray layers of concrete to create customised walls and toilets. NTU scientists are working on several new developments in construction, including a new way to 3D print customised concrete structures for buildings such as beams and… read more
  • 3D-Printed Customised Tablets That Release Drugs At Different Rates

    3D-Printed Customised Tablets That Release Drugs At Different Rates

    29 May 2016 For a long time, customised tablets has been a mere concept as it was far too complex or expensive to be realised. The tablet by the NUS team consists of a polymer containing the drug in a specially designed shape that can be adjusted to allow drug release at different rates.
  • Using 3D Printing To Make A Drone That’s Lighter

    Using 3D Printing To Make A Drone That’s Lighter

    18 Jun 2016 Engineers here are using 3D printing to make a drone that's lighter, flies better and powers itself on energy from the sun - three improvements that would be either very difficult or impractical using mainstream manufacturing methods. That is why 3D printing is being hailed as a force in… read more