Biggest 3D printing facility in South-east Asia opens in Singapore

 A micro city created by a 3-D printer in Print the Legend, an award-winning documentary on the race for market leadership in 3D printing. 3D printing enables the prototypes for parts to be produced in a matter of days, reducing costs and increasing
A micro city created by a 3-D printer in Print the Legend, an award-winning documentary on the race for market leadership in 3D printing. 3D printing enables the prototypes for parts to be produced in a matter of days, reducing costs and increasing productivity.PHOTO: PRINT THE LEGEND

SINGAPORE - Ultra Clean Asia Pacific (UCT) launched on Monday (Sept 28) the largest commercial 3D printing facility in South-east Asia.

The Nasdaq-listed company will leverage its extensive manufacturing experience to offer 3D printing services that will be available commercially in the region from the UCT Additive Manufacturing Center Pte Ltd.

The facility in Woodlands will provide a full menu of 3D printing services which include prototyping, part optimisation, 3D Engineering services, consumer parts production and virtual warehousing.

3D printing enables the prototypes for parts to be produced in a matter of days, reducing costs and increasing productivity.