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How 3D Printing Help Reshape The World in 2024

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How 3D Printing Help Reshape The World in 2024

Dear PORTMANians,

Greetings from PORTMAN College, the Business Education Specialist!

We are thrilled to announce this week’s Industry Talk Thursdays (ITT) session featuring Mr. Bruce Mui, the President of Malaysia Additive Manufacturing Association and the Director of B3D Group Sdn Bhd.

Mr. Bruce Mui began 3D printing as a hobby, but his fascination quickly led him into exciting and innovative projects. As he delved deeper, he started receiving orders to build 3D printers, beginning in 2014. Since then, he has been dedicated to pursuing his passion for 3D printing and has continued to develop and expand his skills in the field.

B3D Group Sdn. Bhd. was founded on a passion for the potential of additive manufacturing, especially as they recognized the significant challenge it posed to most startups or innovative projects when it came to custom or small-batch parts. The 3D printing industry, often overlooked by many, presented a niche market. B3D Group Sdn. Bhd. approaches this industry with the utmost precision and caution, continually gaining support within the field. They also support the journey of innovators, dreamers, and creators, committed to exploring the infinite possibilities of 3D printing.

He will enlighten us on the topic of “How 3D Printing Help Reshape The World in 2024”!

Join us for the session on 21 March 2024, at 2:00 PM at The Stage, PORTMAN College at Mines 2 Campus.

Students are required to attend every ITT session to graduate from PORTMAN College. Thank you, and we look forward to seeing you there! 😉

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