Introduction

Held over a week from 6 to 10 May 2019, the NAMIC Summit 2019 will be engaging and inspiring.

Presenting a variety of activities and programmes with the NAMIC Conference anchoring the summit, this will be a unique experience for global 3D printing experts, adopters, innovators and professionals to interact for knowledge sharing and discussions on the latest 3D printing innovations, designs and process development as well as wide-spread industrial adoption.

NAMIC Summit 2019

Day 1:  6 May, Monday

NTU Innovation Centre Theatre 

National Design Centre 

Day 2:  7 May, Tuesday

MBS Expo & Convention Centre

Day 3:  8 May, Wednesday

HP Innovation Centre

Venue: TBD

Day 4:  9 May, Thursday

NUS Innovation 4.0 Building

Cleantech Loop2

Day 5:  10 May, Friday

SGInnovate Atrium

1 Fusionopolis Walk

NTU Innovation Centre

UL-NAMIC: Fundamentals of AM Certification Course

Preparatory course & Certification Exam

The prep course is a discussion-oriented and interactive session in which participants receive comprehensive introductory knowledge of the 3D printing industry. Covering terms and definitions, software and hardware as well as discussing applications and case studies, you will begin to understand the benefits of 3D printing in a way that is relevant to your business needs. The certification exam is a three hour proctored, open book and open note exam consisting of 100 multiple choice questions.

Upon passing the exam, students earn their Additive Manufacturing Fundamentals Certification. The certification may be stackable, creating a flexible, modular pathway for mastering the principles and processes of AM.

SUTD – Miniwiz Sustainability in AM Design Thinking Workshop

Presented by The International Design Centre at SUTD and Miniwiz, this Workshop will explore the use of Design Thinking methodology and techniques to address the issues of sustainability, recycling and instill eco-consciousness, with primary focus on advanced manufacturing and 3D printing.

 

 

 

NAMIC 7th AM Summit Series – DfAM

We welcome you to join us on the 7 May 2019 at Marina Bay Sands Expo and Convention Centre to learn and network with over 300 global 3D printing experts, early adopters and innovators, as we discuss the latest in 3D printing design and adoption globally.

The conference key highlights are:-

  • Our next industrial opportunity in additive manufacturing needs DfAM
  • Trending: Generative designs and DfAM methodologies
  • Connecting the dots for on-demand distributed manufacturing

NAMIC Conference

AM Industry Visits

The AM Industry Visit is a 1 day event  specially curated with selected partners to showcase their in house AM facility highlighting the latest  technology offerings, manufacturing solutions,  best practices and industrial applications.

Besides being an educational tour of the AM ecosystem in Singapore, the AM Industry Visit will be an excellent business  opportunity for both local and international delegates to meet and understand the various AM Solution providers.

 

 

Altair Design Software Simulation Workshop

Altair is a global technology company that provides software and cloud solutions in the areas of product development, high performance computing and data intelligence.

This workshop will inform the participants on insights into the Simulations software and the unprecedented composite design freedom offered.

Materialise Workshop

 

Optimize your 3D Printing Process

Materialise software is helping powering 3D printing production around the world. Learn how to optimize your process, plus get hands on Magics training.

Brought to you exclusively by Materialise, the workshop will bring awareness and understanding of design for AM and how it enhances the entire workflow.

TÜV SÜD-NAMIC: Quality and Production Management for AM

The course provides a practical overview of the requirements in setting up an effective QM system specific to AM serial production, and the factors that determine the quality of AM-produced parts. With a functional and practiced QM, the fluctuation in the quality of parts can be reduced, thus, reassuring reproducibility. Topics covered in this course include the typical challenges and solutions in implementing 3D printing technologies as an Additive Manufacturing (AM) solution, the application of quality adjustment and monitoring methods, and the understanding of the factors that determine the AM quality-decisive properties.

The course deliverables are derived from past experiences of the AM production industry to avoid pitfalls, hence, shortening the time to market. This achieves a high degree of quality for your customers and creates the basis for reproducible AM series production.

A certificate will be provided at the end of the course.

Siemens Industrialising AM with End-to-End Process Workshop

Push the boundaries of what’s possible and create lighter, stronger and more efficient products. Using the combination of Generative Design and Additive Manufacturing, join us to learn how to reverse enginner or design products that optimally balanced performance, structural strength and weight in a fraction of the time it would traditionally take.

Start-Up Innovation Forum

The Start-up Innovation Forum is an inaugural platform for global AM start-ups  to present their innovative ideas and pitch  for support and funding.

The selected start-up(s) will receive attractive seed funding as well as expert guidance and mentorship to realise their idea.

The area of innovation will be AM related and could be in addressing solutions for any industrial sector.

Autodesk Workshop

Autodesk Generative Design Workshop

Learn how you can imagine, design, and create a better world.

Through this workshop , you will expand your ability to deliver innovative design and engineering solutions.

Simultaneously generate multiple CAD-ready solutions based on real-world manufacturing constraints and product performance requirements.

 

Dassault Systemes Design Workshop

 

 

An introductory workshop into the powerful tools available with 3DS Solutions that would lead to deeper certification programme to measure your knowledge and competency.

Different products such as Catia and Solidworks will be used to introduce the participants on the vast applications in design and manufacturing for heavy industries as well as in consumer goods and retail businesses.

Audience – Who to Attend

AM is transforming industries and the world we live in – now and the future.

What People Said

Testimonies of Past Summits

Sponsors

We present the following customised sponsor and exhibitor packages to optimise your investment in sponsoring NAMIC 7th AM Summit Series – DESIGN for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM).

To discuss your individual exhibiting or sponsorship requirements, please contact Jeffrey Tan at +65 6262 3675 or via email at jeffreytan@ntuitive.sg

Sponsor Package Summary

 

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Agenda

Time Programme
08:00 am

Registration and Welcome Refreshment

08:55 am

Opening Remarks by Session Chair

09:00 am

Welcome Address

Dr. Ho Chaw Sing, Managing Director, NAMIC

09:05 am

Opening Address by Guest of Honor

09:15 am

Alliance Announcement and Prize Presentation Ceremony

09:30 am

Design for Manufacturing: The Transformative Role Of Design in Driving Innovation in the Future of Manufacturing

John Barnes
Founder & Managing Director, The Barnes Group Advisors

Generative Designs, Simulation and Modelling

10:00 am

Nature Inspired Design Solutions for Industrial Applications – Mimicking Nature for Advanced Innovative Designs

  • Simulation
  • Modelling
  • Distributed Manufacturing
  • Generative Design

Lin Kayser Sebastian
Co-Founder and CEO at Hyperganic Technologies AG

10:30 am

AI Generative Design Solutions as Applied to Additive  Manufacturing

  • Generative design solutions
  • Function driven generative design
  • Lattice optimization
  • Cases studies of successful implementation

Simon Ng
Head of Design & Manufacturing Industry, Autodesk

11:00 am

Networking Break

11:30 am

Disappearing CAD: How design functionality is disappearing into workflow

  • Emerging intellectual property issues in 3D Printing
  • Case study of a Licensing solution – 3DIAX All-in-one additive manufacturing developer platform
  • Advantages for 3D designers to upload and sell their 3D printable models

Andre Wegner
CEO, Authentise and Digital Manufacturing Chair at Singularity University

12:00 pm

Implementing a Successful Metal AM Manufacturing Operation Through Engineering Simulation and 3D Software Solutions

  • Engineering simulation software used to test, simulate, design and improve designs across industries
  • Providing the ability for AM designers to optimise their design and optimise materials and processes
  • Software tools that help analysts to analyse geometries that will result from the build, and machine operators to avoid costly and time-consuming errors and problems

Dr. Brent Stucker
Director, Additive Manufacturing, ANSYS Inc

12:30 pm

Panel Discussion

The Impact of Design on Industry 4.0 : A Designed and Systematic Approach To Industrial Solutions

  • Digital Transformation – What are the new opportunities and challenges?
  • Deploying Additive Manufacturing (3D printing) technology to improve design, production process and construction of components in a faster, cheaper and more efficient way – What are shining examples of deploying AM (3D Printing) technologies?
  • Design Software and Hardware solutions and their limitations – What is the state-of-the-art in software and hardware, and what’s the road-map for the future?

Moderator: Prof. Kristin Woods, Associate Provost, Co-Director, IDC

Panelists:
Andre Wagner, CEO, Authentise and Digital Manufacturing Chair at Singularity University
Lin Kayser Sebastian, Co-Founder and CEO at Hyperganic Technologies AG
Simon Ng, Head of Design & Manufacturing Industry, Autodesk
Dr. Brent Stucker, Director, Additive Manufacturing, ANSYS Inc

01:00 pm

Networking Lunch

INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS OF DIGITAL DESIGN SOLUTIONS

01:45 pm

Distributed Manufacturing in Action: Dynamic Machine Allocation and Real-Time Monitoring

  • How to redefine the 3D printing supply chain by leveraging virtual network of remotely control printers
  • From design to print – Showcasing a fully secured and automated process from order to print

Lior Polak
CEO & Co-Founder, Assembrix Ltd

02:15 pm

Impact of Design Optimisation on Additive Manufacturing – A Certification and Testing Perspective

Gregor Reischle
Head Additive Manufacturing, TUV SUD

02:45 pm

Digitally Correlating Design, Materials and Processes to Unveil Next-generation Simulation Software for Additive Manufacturing

  • Case Studies and Applications
  • AM Modelling-Simulation and Design.

Dr. Guglielmo Vastola
Scientist, A*STAR Institute of High Performance Computing

03:15 pm

Networking Break

03:45 pm

From Lab To Fab: Industrialising Additive Manufacturing. A Global Leader’s Perspective and Its Vision for Adopting AM for Wide Range of Applications

Dr. Karsten Heuser
VP Additive Manufacturing Siemens Digital Factory

04:15 pm

Building A Successful 3D Printing Business: What should Aspiring Startups and Tech Entrepreneurs Look Out for in Their Business Ventures?

  • Building a secure blockchain based platform for digital manufacturing and optimized global supply chains
  • Smart cities and smart industries using smart systems leveraging on AM
  • Case study of Amsterdam Smart City which has become an innovation platform for a futureproof and liveable city

Herman von Bolhuis
CEO, 3D Makers Zone

04:45 pm

Cutting Edge Innovations and Software Advancements Accelerating New Business Growth

Kelvin Wee
APAC Sales Director, Materialise

05:15 pm

Panel Discussion: Global Perspectives – How will Design and AM Technology Transform the Way We Live, Work and Play to Create a World Class Livable and Loveable City?

• The way we live… Maker spaces, customization, the product-service-systems in our lives?
• The way we work… Regional production, make-test-learn-repeat, new capabilities, new value-add products and systems?
• The way we play… AM kiosks and vending outlets, games and interconnections?

Moderator: Prof. Kristin Woods, Associate Provost, Co-Director, IDC

Panelists:
Herman von Bolhuis, CEO, 3D Makers Zone
Dr. Karsten Heuser, VP Additive Manufacturing Siemens Digital Factory
Dr. Guglielmo Vastola, Scientist, A*STAR Institute of High Performance Computing
Kelvin Wee, APAC Sales Director, Materialise

05:55 pm

Closing Remarks by Session Chair

06:00 pm

Post Conference Networking Reception

Speakers

Andre Wegner
Andre Wegner

CEO, Authentise and Digital Manufacturing Chair at Singularity University

Dr. Brent Stucker
Dr. Brent Stucker

Director, Additive Manufacturing, ANSYS Inc

John Barnes
John Barnes

Founder & Managing Director, The Barnes Group Advisors

Kelvin Wee
Kelvin Wee

APAC Sales Director, Materialise

Prof. Kristin Woods
Prof. Kristin Woods

Associate Provost, Co-Director, IDC

Lior Polak
Lior Polak

CEO & Co-Founder, Assembrix Ltd

Simon Ng
Simon Ng

Head of Design & Manufacturing Industry, Autodesk

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