ST Engineering and A*STAR’s SIMTech team up in additive manufacturing research programme

ST Engineering and Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech), a unit of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (ASTAR), have teamed up for a three-year research programme to co-develop additive manufacturing (AM) processes for applications in aerospace maintenance, repair and overhaul.

The collaboration aims to enhance end-to-end AM processes in manufacturing aerospace parts and components, with the long-term view to extend these enhancements to other industries where applicable and strengthen Singapore’s innovation ecosystem in AM.

Earlier in October, ST Engineering announced a first-of-its-kind research collaboration model, named Research Translation @ ST Engineering, aimed at fostering a stronger working relationship between ST Engineering and its partners to drive impactful translation of research that meets fast-evolving market needs and customer demands. The AM research programme with ASTAR’s SIMTech is among the first few collaborations that ST Engineering is embarking on under Research Translation @ ST Engineering.

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