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Factories of the Future A Reality in Singapore
25 Aug 2017
The National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) is building the research platform for industry to make factories of the future a reality in Singapore.
The Embedded Identifier Module is one of the highlights on SECURITY shared by NAMIC with the Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean during the… read more
NUS opens $18m centre for 3D printing
21 Jul 2017
Tissue regeneration, implants and drug formulations enabled by 3D printing - these are some areas that an $18 million 3D-printing centre launched on 21 July will explore.
The National University of Singapore Centre for Additive Manufacturing (AM.NUS), whose laboratories are based at… read more
Forging new industry collaborations
21 Jul 2017
The National University of Singapore Centre for Additive Manufacturing (or AM.NUS) will work closely with industry partners to develop and transfer AM technologies for biomedical applications. At the ceremony, four industry partners signed collaboration Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with AM.… read more
Thank you for visiting NAMIC counter @ICRA 2017
02 Jun 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
2 project collaboration agreements signed at the launch of 3D Metalforge’s AMC
19 May 2017
Home-grown company 3D Metalforge Pte Ltd unveiled its first end-to-end metal additive manufacturing centre (AMC) on 17 May 2017. Two project collaboration agreements were signed at the launch by Trade and Industry Minister (Industry) S Iswaran.
One is with NAMIC and SUTD’s digital… read more
Home-grown firm opens 3D printing facility here
18 May 2017
Home-grown metal-printing company 3D Metalforge opened a $2.5 million 3D printing facility here yesterday - the latest in a string of advanced manufacturing investments by various companies. The plant is believed to be Singapore's first "end-to-end" additive manufacturing - also… read more