Published on: 14-Jan-2020
29 November 2019 | Live interview with Assoc Prof Tor Shu Beng
Assoc Prof Tor Shu Beng, Interim Executive Director, Singapore Centre for 3D Printing (SC3DP), explains that 3D printing was pioneered in the late 80s in Singapore, and used for prototyping and product design. With today's 3D printing technology, products can be made for commercial and industrial applications.
狮城有约 Hello Singapore (Youtube), 1 December 2019
06 December 2019 | 3D Therapeutic Play
Peh Zhen Kai graduated from the School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, and now works as a Project Officer in the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing. As part of his undergraduate studies, Zhen Kai designed and printed a miniature MRI machine for children's therapeutic play. Young patients could experience the process of undergoing a MRI scan by playing with the realistic 3D printed toy, and look at the unfamiliar medical process in a more positive light.
狮城有约 Hello Singapore (8world.com), 9 December 2019
狮城时事 Channel 8 Stories (Facebook), 10 December 2019
20 December 2019 | 3D Printing of Food
Voon Siew Li, a PhD student in the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing introduces the concept and method to 3D print food. The research aims to print soft, pureed foods for hospital patients, who experience swallowing difficulties. The centre has successfully printed up to 12 types of vegetables, including carrot, corn, peas and cauliflower.
狮城有约 Hello Singapore (8world.com), 23 December 2019
狮城时事 Channel 8 Stories (Facebook), 5 January 2020
Screenshots via 狮城有约 (Hello Singapore)
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