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New cluster makes 3D printing more accessible

Companies can reduce costs and tap into researchers' expertise by teaming up with local universities

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A researcher from the Nanyang Technological University working with a 3D printer to do a bioprint of blood vessels. The technology can, for example, be used to "print out" synthetic bones and skin.

Singapore

COMPANIES looking to tap into 3D printing technology in the local universities will now be shown how to go about doing it: a national cluster has been set up to this end, to encourage the growth of the additive manufacturing industry.

Speaking at the launch of the

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