The COVID-19 pandemic affecting countries has not only sparked new hobbies for many, but has also given the opportunity for others to dive into their acquired skills to help those in need. One hobby is 3D printing, which gained popularity nationwide a few months ago during the height of the pandemic in the Sultanate where a group of individuals with 3D printing capabilities banded together to aid in providing face shields for frontliners.
The Bulletin interviewed one individual on how 3D printing has progressed in the country. After sparking an interest in 2009 when he was studying at Institute of Brunei Technical Education (IBTE) Sultan Saiful Rijal Campus which was the Sultan Saiful Rijal Technical College at the time, Saiful Adli ventured into purchasing his first 3D printing machine after securing a job in an architect firm following his graduation. “My first machine was the Flash Forge Creator Pro, […]
3D Printing News Briefs, December 3, 2020: Continuous Composites, AIMS, ULTRAWAVE, Digital Building Technologies, QOROX, Disney
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