The HP-NTU Digital Manufacturing Corporate Lab, which has commenced on 1 November 2018, is a collaboration between NRF, HP Inc. and NTU. The lab supports Singapore’s push toward industry transformation – in the areas of digital manufacturing and 3D printing technologies. Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering is one of four technology domains under the Research, Innovation and Enterprise (RIE) 2020 Plan, which is Singapore’s national strategy to develop a knowledge-based innovation-driven economy and society.
Our focus is digital manufacturing as part of industrial transformation, using technologies spanning Advanced Manufacturing Systems, 3D Printing, AI and CyberSecurity.
These projects delve into areas such as electronics printing, smart systems, material and structure designs and bio-printing.
Digital Systems and Artificial Intelligence
These projects explore intelligent design, processors and robotics for addictive manufacturing.
These projects focus on hardware-enhanced security management of printers, secure machine-learning and malware detection.
Micro/Nano droplet-power fundamental science
Giving us greater customisation abilities for material applications
Design tools for customisation
We mimic nature's design for improved human-device interface
Coursework for Digital Manufacturing
To build a cadre of individuals trained in 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, through developing comprehensive coursework and sharing through online short-courses or creation of book volumes with a holistic end-to-end perspective from art to part
Robotic manipulation of finished parts
Our advanced technological capabilities make us a trusted industry partner