Harnessing the Potential of Additive Manufacturing Technologies through Collaboration
date_range Thu, Apr 8, 2021 2:00 pm- 3:00 pm SGT
By Lim Mun Chun, Materialise & Andy Chia, Nanyang Polytechnic
Partnerships and collaborations are crucial to turning additive manufacturing into a widely trusted manufacturing technology and create applications that open up new possibilities.
Over the last 30 years, we have partnered with countless 3D printing machine manufacturers, universities, software providers, research institutes, and 3D printing professionals to enable and advance meaningful applications of this transformative technology.
In our webinar, experts from Materialise and Singapore’s Nanyang Polytechnic will explain how our collaboration drives the development of new capabilities in additive manufacturing technology and applications, and at the same time, helps train and inspire the next generation of AM engineers.
In this live webinar, you will discover:
How collaboration and co-creation enable meaningful applications
Materialise’s software solutions for 3D printing
An introduction to the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre (AMIC) by Nanyang Polytechnic and sharing of AM cases
Benefits from Professional Additive Manufacturing/ 3D Printing courses & certification
If you cannot attend live but would like to receive the recording, please register.
Lim Mun Chun
Account Manager, Materialise
Lim Mun Chun is the Account Manager for Materialise and leads the South East Asia with focuses on overall strategy for business development and foster client relationships. For the past 6 years in the AM industry, he has developed vast experience on overall AM industry in Asia Pacific. He is now leveraging knowledge and experience gained on the market and help organizations to optimize their AM through software solutions and consultancy in Materialise.
Senior Lecturer, Nanyang Polytechnic
Andy is both an academic educator and a practitioner of additive manufacturing (AM) and product design and development, with a proven record of developing innovative solutions to engineering problems in aerospace and industrial systems. He was instrumental in the qualification of the DMLS system in AMIC that was then deployed to build flight-worthy aerospace components which achieved EASA certification. His current main area of research focus is in design for AM for aerospace systems and nano-satellites.