Enthusiasts Gather @ CHUMP Festival

Practitioners and fans gathered at the CHUMP Festival in Funan Digital Mall, combining 3D printing, cosplaying, workshops and a charity auction. The week-long event featured sales of products for the Straits Times Pocket Money Fund and a series of presentations and gatherings for 3D printing enthusiasts. These included a presentation of the Memento beta application from Autodesk and small display of 3D printed metal objects by Shapeways. To see more, go to our Facebook page at Facebook.com/ginkgo3d.

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Dr Chua To Conduct Intensive 4-Day Course in October

Product designers, engineering managers and researchers can look forward to a four-day course on 3D Capability Development commencing on 5 October 2015. Headed by its Executive Director Dr Chua Chee Kai, this course covers the basics of 3D printing processes, their pros, cons and applications. The course also covers a workshop on 3D printing systems and observation of some 10 types of 3D printing systems at work. On the final day, Dr Chua will touch on understanding Additive Manufacturing data, its applications […]

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First Designers Day Goes Beyond FDM Printing

Ginkgo3D’s first Designers Day got off to a flying start with an intimate gathering of industry specialists, evangelisers and selected designers with different levels of proficiency. The theme of the gathering: “Going Beyond FDM Printing”. G3D Publisher and Chief Evangeliser Andrew Loh kicked off the event in low key, introducing the Ginkgo3D portal and unveiling the logo to the public for the first time. “You will remember our portal for three things,” said Andrew. “It is a news place, a […]

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Singapore Poly Shows Unlimited Designs

Final year students at Singapore Polytechnic (SP) tapped into their creativity to exhibit experimental works in different forms and materials. At the Unlimited Design Show, final year projects by students from the SP School of Design were displayed at the polytechnic’s newly renovated campus. Unlimited is one of the events under Singapore Design Week and SingaPlural that showcased students’ designs in different disciplines ranging from architecture to furniture and fashion design. One of the projects was a chic redesign of the traditional Chinese […]

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Fresh 3D-Prints at Nanyang Poly Event

167 Nanyang Polytechnic graduands showcased their design portfolios at the National Library Plaza in March. Danial Kasim 3D-printed his design, ‘breathe’, an apparatus that helps regulate oxygen level in the workplace for a cleaner indoor environment. “Coming up with a final 3D-printed prototype was definitely a challenge”, said Danial.   He sketched out the conceptual form and evolved it into a 3D model by computer aided design, constantly ensuring that the 3D model was free from glitches which could hamper the […]

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Students Shine at ADM Show

Inspired by nature’s inclination towards the sun, Product Designer Jin Suhuan conceived Tess, a modular light installation project that tessellates – covers a surface with a pattern – in response to sunlight. Tess is one of the 3D printed creative works that shines at the ADM Show 2015, an exhibition by this year’s 165 graduating students from the School of Art, Design & Media at Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Designed to be fixed on clear glass windows to harvest solar […]

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ITE College East Team Wins 3D-tronics Challenge

Team CE beat 85 teams with its 3D-printed robot to emerge overall champion of the inaugural 3D-tronics Challenge 2015. Over 250 contestants from schools, ITEs, polytechnics, community groups, and young adults participated in this challenge which pitted their skills in 3D printing and robotics. Jointly created and organised by Zenitant Holdings  and Materialiseit, with the support of Institute of Technical Education (ITE) College East and Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) Labs, iDigix 3D-tronics Challenge @ Labs 2015 let students try […]

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