The National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) hosted their 7th NAMIC Summit this week and Creatz3D was part of the DfAM (Design for Additive Manufacturing) Conference on 7th May which brought together over 300 local and international delegates across wide-ranging industries.
Held over five days from 6 to 10 May, the NAMIC Summit was a unique, engaging and inspiring experience with a variety of workshops, conference, and industry visits that initiated insightful discussions and learning for attendees, revolving around the latest 3D printing innovations, designs, and industrial adoption.
During the DfAM conference, the cluster inked a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Germany-based 3D-printing network Mobility Goes Additive (MgA), which has an international network of companies, institutions and research institutes working on industrial-level additive manufacturing solutions, and help Singapore-based companies to leverage on plug-and-play solutions from MgA’s network members.
Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry Koh Poh Koon who was the guest of honor at the DfAM conference, expressed that Singapore was in a good position to leverage on the benefits that 3D printing has to offer for improved performance and cost advantages, especially with the AM industry expected to grow to more than S$7.5 billion by 2025.
Visitors were able to experience real-world applications of the latest 3D printing solutions at Creatz3D’s booth, and learn about the tangible impacts that can be derived from using them for their day-to-day operations.
Being an SME, Creatz3D Pte Ltd also played host to visiting delegates as part of the 1-day AM Summit 2019 Industry tour and were able to show their initiatives in pushing additive manufacturing boundaries, through active engagement with companies to widen the 3D printing ecosystem.
Creatz3D would like to thank everyone who engaged with us to learn more about additive manufacturing and 3D printing solutions. For inquiries, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (65) 6631 8555.