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  • Thank you for visiting NAMIC counter @ICRA 2017

    Thank you for visiting our counter at the NTU’s Booth. We hope you had an incredible time at ICRA2017.

    ICRA2017 is an IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation that brings together global public and private sector leaders in robotics and automation, to discuss the… read more
  • Australia Opening Biofabrication Institute for 3D-Printed Implants

    Australia’s Herston Health Precinct is opening a new biofabrication institute on its premises. The institute, which will occupy two floors at the Herston Health Precinct, will be dedicated to imaging, modeling, and manufacturing 3D printed patient-specific tissues. The new 3D bioprinting lab will… read more
  • HP Opens 3D Open Materials and Applications Lab in Oregon

    HP officially opened its new 3D Open Materials and Applications Lab at its Corvallis, Oregon site this week. The 3,500 square-foot lab will be used by HP and its partners to test new, powdered raw materials for use in HP’s 3D printers, and get real-time feedback from engineers. HP said it is… read more
  • 3D-Printed Customised Tablets That Release Drugs At Different Rates

    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.
  • Quadbot: engaging students with 3D printing and robotics

    The easiest way to learn about robotics is to physically engage with robots. While theory is important, like anything the best way to really learn about something is to put it into practice.
    At least that is the theory for Engimake, the team behind the Quadbot, who believe their robot is the… read more
  • BAE Systems Launches New UK Centre with 3D Printing & VR to Speed Aircraft Manufacturing

    BAE Systems has opened the New Product and Process Development Centre (NPPDC) in Samlesbury, Lancashire, which will be focused on using 3D printing and VR to reduce costs and speed up manufacturing processes for several military aircraft, including the Eurofighter Typhoon and the BAE Systems Hawk.… read more