AMT provides Additive Manufacturing capabilities to medical technology centre

News
October 17, 2018

October 17, 2018

AMT PTE LTD, Singapore, will offer its Additive Manufacturing capabilities to support Accuron MedTech Group’s new $10 million technology centre in Tuas, Singapore. Accuron MedTech is said to be the largest medical device maker in Southeast Asia, and its new 2050 m2 (22,000 ft2) technology centre will provide incubator facilities and business services for its portfolio companies which are complementary to its core urology business.

The new facility is located near to the global headquarters of AMT, which has stated that it will provide Accuron Medtech’s companies access to its advanced manufacturing capabilities, including Additive Manufacturing, clean-room manufacturing and assembly and medical device sterilisation. It will also offer critical commercialisation support resources such as R&D, finance, HR and business development.

Beh Kian Teik, Assistang Managing Director of Singapore Economic Development Board, stated, “The technology centre is an important undertaking that brings together the deep engineering and design capabilities of a large corporate such as Accuron MedTech, with the agility of start-ups to enable the development of new solutions for regional and global healthcare needs from Singapore.”

Renal company AWAK Technologies was the first portfolio company to move its headquarters to the new centre. As a development stage company, it has access to the centre’s clean room manufacturing and assembly facility to support its research, development, manufacturing and commercial activities. As more companies move to the technology centre, the company stated that there is potential to expand the available space by 50%.

www.amt-mat.com

www.accuronmedtech.com

News
October 17, 2018

In the latest issue of Metal AM magazine

Download PDF
 

Extensive AM industry news coverage, as well as the following exclusive deep-dive articles:

  • The GRCop story: The development, production and Additive Manufacturing of NASA’s rocket engine alloys
  • Formnext 2023: Innovations in metal Additive Manufacturing from the industry’s leading international exhibition
  • Cybersecurity in Additive Manufacturing: Securing the industry’s future
  • Additive Manufacturing in the jewellery industry: exploring the potential of platinum and titanium
  • Mission possible: The five-year plan to gain FAA and EASA acceptance of in-process monitoring

The world of metal AM to your inbox

Don't miss any new issue of Metal AM magazine, and get the latest industry news. Sign up to our twice weekly newsletter.

Sign up

Discover our magazine archive…

The free to access Metal Additive Manufacturing magazine archive offers unparalleled insight into the world of metal Additive Manufacturing from a commercial and technological perspective through:

  • Reports on visits to leading metal AM part manufacturers and industry suppliers
  • Articles on technology and application trends
  • Information on materials developments
  • Reviews of key technical presentations from the international conference circuit
  • International industry news

All past issues are available to download as free PDFs or view in your browser.

Browse the archive

Looking for AM machines, metal powders or part manufacturing services?

Discover suppliers of these and more in our comprehensive advertisers’ index and buyer’s guide, available in the back of Metal AM magazine.

  • AM machines
  • Process monitoring & calibration
  • Heat treatment & sintering
  • HIP systems & services
  • Pre- & post-processing technology
  • Powders, powder production and analysis
  • Part manufacturers
  • Consulting, training & market data
View online
Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap