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Materialise Supports Singapore’s Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre

Belgium-based 3D printing and software company Materialise supports the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Centre (AMIC) in Singapore with their automation and control software.

The AMIC is part of Singapore’s Nayang Polytechnic and provides students with hands-on experience and know-how, while pushing the adoption of 3D printing technology in the industry and providing access to new methods of production.

Through the collaboration with Materialise, the center is able to use the automation and control system Streamics to efficiently manage their additive manufacturing production processes. The system links people, machines, processes and materials and consists of a set of tools and configurable workflows to save time and money, while offering traceability.

Image: Materialise
Image: Materialise

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