Will the tiny nation become an epicentre for 3D printing? What is actually happening in Singapore on the 3D printing startup scene? Nanosun makes 3D printed water membranes to aid in desalination. Crafthealth is a firm that has a 3D printer for nutritional supplements. Dozens of 3D printing food companies are starting to emerge, as well. Singapore-based NuSpace is at the intersection of IoT, space, and 3D printing for a hype trifecta. The company is reportedly looking at 3D printing in their workflow and developing new capabilities with the technology. Their hybrid propulsion technology is reportedly made in part through 3D printing.
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