3110, 2016

Assistant Professor Yeung Sai-Kit received Best Paper Honorable Mention at the 4th International Conference on 3D Vision

The “SceneNN: A Scene Meshes Dataset with aNNotations” paper from the Vision, Graphics and Computational Design (VGD) Group headed by Assistant Professor Sai-Kit Yeung is selected to receive the Best Paper Honorable Mention award at the International Conference on 3D Vision (3DV) 2016. SceneNN is the first annotated scene meshes dataset consisting of more than 100 scenes that are captured at various […]
2210, 2016

SUTD and DManD Develop Multi-material 4D Printing with Tailorable Shape Memory Polymers

By Dr. Paul Mignone Its only been a few years, yet despite its young age, SUTD has quickly established itself at the forefront of 4D printing research. Now under the Digital Manufacturing and Design (DManD) research centre, this research has recently reached new heights, with the development of 4D printing with tailorable shape memory polymers (SMP). This research, currently being led by […]
2210, 2016

DManD’s Professor Martin Dunn helps to create a sustainable carbon fiber composite material

Professor Martin Dunn of DManD successfully collaborated with researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology and Xian Jiaotong University to develop a carbon fiber reinforced thermoset composite with near 100% recyclability. The link to the academic paper outlining this research can be found here. The article below highlighting this work was originally published by Ann R. Thryft from Design News. Please click here for the original article.   New Composite […]
709, 2016

DManD and MIT Researchers Create Microstereolithography for 4D Printing, Potential for Impacts in Medical, Solar & More!

This article was originally published by Bridget Butler Millsaps from 3DPrint.com. Click here for the original article. Technology can be confusing when it begins moving at such an accelerated rate, perfectly exemplified by the 3D industry, and encompassing all that goes with it, from 3D scanning to 3D printing and then peripheral industries that are often connected too such as augmented and virtual […]
2907, 2016

Singapore university unveils stunning structure

A massive 14.5-meter architectural structure made using 3D printed parts has taken pride of place in the atrium of the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD). University professors Felix Raspall and Carlos Banon decided to explore 3D technology to create a gigantic structure, vMesh, which is a hugely complicated structure. Each of the 91 joints were tailored for the unique geometry […]
1310, 2015

Urban Manufacturing: Making a Difference

Governments, developers see the economic and social values of urban manufacturing hubs that bring together design, creative technology and business talent. [...]

2109, 2015

4-D Technology Allows Self-folding of Complex Objects

Using components made from smart shape-memory materials with slightly different responses to heat, researchers have demonstrated a four-dimensional printing technology that allowed creation of complex self-folding structures. The technology, developed by researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD), could be used to create 3-D structures that sequentially fold themselves from components that had […]