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Contributing to Singapore's Manufacturing Future through AM

Supported by the National Research Foundation and in partnership with the SPRING Singapore and Economic Development Board, NAMIC is organising a series of Additive Manufacturing (AM) Summits targeting the following core industries:

  •  Precision Engineering
  •  Aerospace/ Defence
  •  Healthcare
  •  Emerging Applications
  •  Marine Offshore/ Oil & Gas

Intended to bring together high-level decision makers, AM practitioners, regulators and investors. The summits aim to bring to the forefront latest AM developments from around the world, as well as help make sense of how Singapore will play in this “new industrial revolution”.

Healthcare Summit

“Scientists are increasingly using 3D printed organs instead of animals for various testing manoeuvres. With many more applications on the cusp of developments, the 3D Printing in Healthcare Market revenue is expected to exceed $1.2 billion by 2020. This kind of massive revenue will be aided by a CAGR of a massive 18.3% till then.” – Industry ARC, 2016   

NAMIC AM Series' Healthcare Summit on 21 July 2017

From across the healthcare ecosystem, over 300 attendees from clinicians to global device manufacturers and SMEs will gather to discuss implementation of 3D printing in healthcare systems and discover the possibilities for cutting edge research and technology in improving patient outcomes.

Key themes to be tackled at the summit include:

  • State of art in AM technologies

  • Global business opportunities

  • Regulatory guidelines and standards

  • Start-Ups and Innovation




  • Developing a collaborative and innovative ecosystem for Additive Manufacturing (AM) in Singapore
  • Showcasing the state of technology, latest trends and practices for AM in healthcare
  • Addressing the barriers to AM adoption, providing access to AM technologies, knowledge, infrastructure and developmental funding
  • Supporting start-ups and companies harnessing AM technologies in healthcare


Who To Attend?





  • Neurosurgery
  • Maxillofacial surgery
  • Cardio vascular surgery
  • Vascular surgery
  • Dental surgery
  • Orthopaedics
  • Oral surgery
  • Ophthalmology
  • Plastic surgery
  • Transplant surgery
  • Rehabilitation
  • Gerontology



  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Additive Layer Manufacturing
  • 3D Printing
  • Production
  • Manufacturing
  • Engineering
  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Future Manufacturing
  • Digital Manufacturing
  • Business Development 
  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Software/Engineering design
  • R&D
  • Strategy/Partnership
  • Materials and Manufacturing Technology
  • Regulations
  • Quality
  • Consulting


  • Medtech
  • Medical Device Manufacturers/OEMs
  • Materials (Metals, Polymers, Composites), Contract Manufacturers, CAD (computer aided design)/ Software Design
  • Research Institutes
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Pharmaceutical

What to Expect

Learn and network with over 300 practitioners from Singapore and the world as they discuss the latest in Additive Manufacturing (AM) adoption across Asia. A snapshot of the topics to be discussed at the summit:-

  • A broad overview of the Singapore health care sector and how technologies such as AM or 3D printing will transform the sector.
  • AM in surgical applications: specialist case studies on bone, organ, new applications
  • Regulatory and Quality System Consideration for AM: Regional regulatory panel
  • Start-up Innovation Spotlight: Presentation and success stories by innovative start-ups 



Conference Venue

Hotel Fort Canning

  • Ballroom

    Hotel Fort Canning

    Hotel Fort Canning is a magnificent and award-winning conservation hotel tucked within 18 hectares of lush greenery of Fort Canning Park. The award-wining boutique hotel is luxurious and trendy, and it combines the romance of a grand colonial edifice with lush green parklands in the heart of the city

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