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In the nozzle, distribution of multiphase material (solid particles/cells suspended in liquid) is typically random. Thus, it is a limitation of Additive Manufacturing (AM) to precisely locate or focus microparticles/cells in the printing structure. Focusing microparticles in the 3D printed structure could potentially improve the load distribution, mechanical performance and functionality. By using this acoustic nozzle, microparticles/cells could be patterned in the nozzle and subsequently in pri...

Booth B18 - Nanyang Technological University - NTUitive Pte Ltd
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We have developed a unique algorithm with a suite of software tools to enable the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), specifically deep learning, for sparse, or noisy data, that is typicaly found in experimental research and development environments. Our core software encapsulates a new algorithm and architecture for deep learning that allows very sparse data to be used to train new models. Currently deep learning requires large amounts of high quality data to train on to generate accurate mod...

Booth UK09 - Intellegens
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Our Technology Proprietary triple technology of plant bioactive extraction, plant bioink composite and 3D bioprinting methodology, enables 3D bioprinting of high resolution, multi-layered bioscaffold with larger surface area, smaller and controllable pore sizes (400-100 micron or smaller)  and greater porosity (>90%). Bioscaffolds printed have demonstrated enhanced cell attachment and proliferation, tunable biodegradation profile that can be monitored in vivo and non-invasively in real time. Bi...

Booth FI17 - Kosmode Health Singapore
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This technology is related to development of filament for Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printing. This filament has high metal content, such as Aluminum (Al), Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe), or Carbon nanotube (CNTs), can be used to fabricate many materials. Advantage of this technology is these filaments can be printed by regular FDM 3D printer. No expensive investment on the 3D printer required. This technology allows user to fabricate various functional materials from FDM printing. Example, ...

Booth D06 - MAHIDOL UNIVERSITY
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Welding may often be perceived as a simple manufacturing process but is in fact very complex with many factors affecting quality of the welded joints. Poor welding quality is usually the technology bottleneck during development of new products. Arc welding is the most widely used welding process, but it is not suitable for welding of special alloys, dissimilar materials, or small components requiring high precision. Laser welding offers many advantages, but it is not safe to operate laser manual...

Booth B33 - LUX Photonics Consortium
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We developed and constructed a novel digital light processing (DLP)-based projection micro-stereolithography three-dimensional (3D) printing system capable of producing high-resolution components made of multiple materials in a fully automated, cross-contamination free, minimal waste, and relatively quick, layer-by-layer manner. A high-contrast digital micro display (DMD) with a pixel size of 15 µm was used to project customized 405 nm images through a borosilicate glass plate coated with optica...

Booth B42 - Singapore University of Technology and Design
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An orthosis is a customized medical device to aid in the support, correction and/or alignment of the human body. It is used to counteract the effect of an actual or developing deformity, such as the use of a spinal orthosis (brace) for patients with spinal scoliosis. It may also aid in improving movement impairments. For example, an Ankle Foot Orthosis (AFO) can counteract the effects of a foot drop in stroke patients. The conventional process of fabricating an orthosis involves a complex proce...

Booth D11 - National Health Innovation Centre Singapore
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