Generative Design incorporates design work with a combination of computing processes and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to solve engineering challenges. With technology, engineers are no longer limited to the constraints of one’s imagination. Instead, engineers will have access to multiple solutions that the human mind could never conceive on its own.

In manufacturing, the application of Generative Design brings great value. For example, manufacturing new parts and components without any notion of how something is made or used often has to go through a long series of refining processes. Generative Design allows for a series of simulations to be built into the design process to identify the optimal solution in the manufacturing process, thus drastically saving time and workload. 3D printing then further supplements the process by providing the flexibility and capability to produce affordable and fast hardware to achieve the desired end-product. Working in tandem with each other, it is no wonder that such technologies are making waves in the manufacturing industry.

Join us in this event co-organised with SGInnovate to understand how Generative Design and its application with 3D printing will pave the way to the future of manufacturing. Our esteemed speakers would be sharing more on practical applications of Generative Design and the advantages of its adoption.

Date: 28 May 2021
Time: 4:00pm – 5:00pm (Singapore Time / UTC +8)

4:00pm – 4:05pm: Welcome Remarks by SGInnovate
4:05pm – 5:00pm: Panel Discussion and Q&A on NAMIC x SGInnovate: 3D Printing with Generative Design with:

  • Serene Sia, Managing Director – ASEAN, Autodesk
  • Lin Kayser, CEO, Hyperganic
  • Marta Cherednik, Lead Designer, MALINKO Design
  • Mitchell Beness, Go To Market manager, 3D Printing & Digital Manufacturing, APJ, HP inc.