Amsterdam in Holland may soon be setting foot on the first ever 3D-printed
bridge made of steel in a gravity-defying and ground-breaking project by Dutch
start-up MX3D, in a dazzling display of the advancement of 3D printing
technology in recent years. How would you like to make your very own 3D
printing project come to life, whether it be a kick scooter or a rocket?
Find out by
signing up for Garage@CresPion’s 3D printing workshop! With our very own 3D
printer and trainer, come and immerse yourself in a world of endless
possibilities where we introduce you to the basics of 3D printing and how it can
be applied to practical situations, and let your creative juices flow! Look out
for the email from Garage@CresPion regarding the sign up procedure!
Students listening attentively to the lecturer Mr. Yap Chor Yen, CN Yang alumni, as he explains how the 3D printer software works.