Café Aeronautique – The Inside of 3D Printing

By | 27 Jun 2015

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Venue detail:

Fusion@MAE Seminar Room (N3.1-B3C-06)
Block N3.1, Basement 3, Section C, Room 6
Singapore 639798

Link to map: Fusion@MAE Seminar (http://maps.ntu.edu.sg/maps…)

Nearest carpark: Carpark E (http://maps.ntu.edu.sg/maps#q:Carpark%20e)

Alternative parking is Carpark F (http://maps.ntu.edu.sg/maps#q:Carpark%20f)

About Singapore Centre for 3D Printing

Singapore Centre for 3D Printing (SC3DP) aspires to be a national centre of excellence, to consolidate cutting edge technology and research in the area of 3D printing. With close to $150m funding secured from  NRF, EDB, ASTAR, MOE, NTU and external partners, SC3DP provides a platform that spearheads Singapore’s efforts in 3D Printing.

The centre aims to build on Nanyang Technology University’s (NTU) existing strengths and competencies in 3D printing for manufacturing and precision engineering. The Singapore Centre for 3D Printing now conslidates NTU’s capabilities in 3D printing, which were previously are housed in 3 main setups:

1)  NTU Additive Manufacturing Centre (NAMC): College-level research centre

2) NTU-SUTD Joint Laboratory in Visualisation and Prototyping: Inter-university partnership with the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)

3) Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech- NTU) Joint Lab in 3D Additive Manufacturing: Joint collaboration with an Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) Institute

Together with a strong pool of qualified researchers and collaboration with industry partners, SC3DP will extensively improve and create innovative technologies and novel processes, contributing to manpower and talent development for growing needs. SC3DP will expand into the following key industry sectors:

  • Future of Manufacturing

  • Aerospace and Defence

  • Building and Construction

  • Marine and Offshore

The centre will serve as a one stop shop for industry interaction through projects and consultations. In the long run, the centre hopes to attract leading researchers and scientists worldwide for collaborative projects, short courses, conferences and seminars.