Accelerate Translation of 3D Printing into Business Adoption Seminar 2018

Creatz3D recently organized two back-to-back seminars on January 29th and 30th at National Technological University (NTU) and Nanyang Polytechnic (NYP) respectively to introduce the new revolutionary 3D printing brand in town XJET, while also presenting the insights and benefits of 3D technologies.

Besides the introduction of XJET, the seminars were held to create awareness of the need to tap on the enormous unknown potential lying out there to accelerate the translation of 3D printing into business adoption, to stay competitive amidst a rapidly evolving landscape of digital industrialization.

The first seminar at NTU saw Mr. Avi Cohen, the head of market developments of XJET, talk about how NanoParticle Jetting (NPJ) technology is able to create and directly print 3D parts, with no post-processing required because of the soluble support material. Instead of paying attention to how you design and orientate the part with commonly found technologies, XJET’s NPJ allows almost any geometry to be designed and printed.

It is thus much easier and convenient to implement NPJ technology compared to other established technologies in the market that required support structures and post-processing.

In the second seminar on the following day at NYP, Mr. Cohen again shared with guests about XJET’s NPJ technology and revealed how it has been adopted in industries like healthcare, automotive, aerospace, and many more.

Other topics covered at the second seminar include an overview of Singapore’s precision engineering landscape, how to achieve a lightweight design using Topology Optimisation, and the digitalizing of AM production.

Following the seminar at NYP, guests were given a tour of NYP’s Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre (AMIC) where they viewed the 3D printing machines and the many samples that were produced by them.

Creatz3D would like to thank everyone who attended the seminars. Please visit our website for more information about the different types of 3D Printing solutions and technologies that we offer. Alternatively, you can drop us any inquiries via our email at or a call at (65) 6631 8555.

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