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3D Printing: Revolutionising Robotics & Automation Companies in Singapore

3D Printing: Revolutionising Robotics & Automation Companies in Singapore

Paulene Siew, Managing Director of Additive3D Asia explores how 3D printing can optimise the process of technological experimentation for robotics and automation companies, delivering results at a faster speed.

Additive manufacturing (3D printing) process is impacting almost every industry and for the companies that have adopted it into their supply chain, they are undeniably seeing 3D printing in action. It was previously discussed how the consumer goods industry in Singapore stands to benefit from the manufacturing of smaller or customised parts and products through 3D printing.

The Increasing Relevance Of 3D Printing In Robot Creation 

For starters, complex ideas are now possible to produce and bring to life, which was otherwise a complicated, if not impossible task with traditional manufacturing methods. Starting from a printable file of your robot part design, a 3D printer works by depositing or sintering successive layers of material until the three dimensional (3D) object is completed according to the Computer-Aided Design (CAD) file.

As such, there are virtually no restrictions on the complexity of your robot parts.

This also means that you can explore product design customisation to meet the desired robot functionality from your clients. This newfound freedom can ultimately drive new levels of creativity and innovation, with 3D printing fuelling this advancement.  

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