Category Archives: National University of Singapore

Australia races for Commonwealth Games gold with 3D printed gloves

Scott Crowley has competed in the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games held in Queensland, Australia, with the aid of gloves 3D printed at the University of Adelaide (UoA). The gloves were used in the wheelchair portion of the paratriathlon final, held on April 7, in which Crowley placed 5th.  At the time of writing this […]

DNV GL launches offshore & marine 3D printing research center at Singapore’s NAMIC

Singapore’s National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC)  has received a boost with the launch of a new research center and the construction of a nanofabrication facility for multi-disciplinary research. Global quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL has established a Global Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence in the cluster.  Furthermore, a new nanofabrication facility under […]

DNV GL launches offshore & marine 3D printing research center at Singapore’s NAMIC

Singapore’s National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC)  has received a boost with the launch of a new research center and the construction of a nanofabrication facility for multi-disciplinary research. Global quality assurance and risk management company DNV GL has established a Global Additive Manufacturing Centre of Excellence in the cluster.  Furthermore, a new nanofabrication facility under […]

World’s first 3D printed toilets coming to India with Singapore’s Hamilton Labs

Concrete/cement 3D printers have real potential to become a low-cost, fast-acting, solution in construction. Typically powered by a robotic arm, these large scale 3D printers are capable of working 24/7 with theoretically minimal manual input. In many cases, the technology has been used to make buildings, as in Apis Cor’s 24 hour house, or work from […]

Singapore Additive Manufacturing Cluster gets $13.2M medical facility

Singapore’s National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC), the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the country’s Economic Development Board have invested $13.2 million in a new specialist biomedical facility. The National University of Singapore Centre for Additive Manufacturing (AM.NUS) has been opened to strengthen Singapore’s international position in the field of 3D printing. It is already […]

3D printed running suit keeps athletes cool with programmed smart bacteria

A collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the National University of Singapore and New Balance Athletics has developed a self-cooling running suit and shoes with the …