Ultra Clean Asia Pacific (UCT), a semiconductor sector company, yesterday announced the launch of the UCT Additive Manufacturing Center, the largest commercial 3D-printing facility in Southeast Asia.

Located in Singapore, the Center aims to capitalise on the growth of 3D-printing targeting some of the early opportunities in sectors like aerospace and medical equipment.

It’s another significant announcement coming from a region that has been the hub of traditional manufacturing. Large-scale facilities, such as UCT, could play a significant role in transitioning 3D-printing from being an experimental, prototyping technology, to being a mainstream manufacturing process.

Source: Largest 3D printing factory in Southeast Asia opens in Singapore

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