Learn more about our courses from our upcoming webinars to be held in August to September 2021!

Upskill with ARTC

You are cordially invited to participate in our upcoming webinars in August to September 2021! This series of webinars will introduce you to our catalogue of brand-new programs. Reserve your seats now!


The Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC) is a contemporary platform built upon strong public-private partnerships. The ARTC, a leading research institute in advanced manufacturing, providing best in class knowledge and co-development with supply chains is led by the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), in partnership with the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore.

Why ARTC’s courses?

  • ARTC is equipped with state-of-the-art labs with cutting-edge technology
  • Training is conducted with case study-based curriculum and hands-on practical training
  • The ability to customised corporate training to cater to your company’s needs
  • Diverse pool of qualified outstanding speakers
  • Enhance your company’s competitiveness and equip participants with new capabilities and competencies
  • Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents are eligible for up to 90% course fee subsidies!

For more information on the various courses or to register for our webinars, please click on the respective links below.


Module: Direct Deposition 3D Printing for Manufacturing & Remanufacturing (40 hours)
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Introduction to Advanced Manufacturing & Remanufacturing and the Use of Direct Deposition and Its Applications

Webinar | 31 August 2021, Tuesday | 4.00pm – 5.00pm

Additive manufacturing, commonly coined as ‘3D printing’, is an increasingly popular technology for the new age digital manufacturing involving the generation of parts and features from computer aided drawings (CAD) in a typically layer by layer manner using various forms of materials from metals to polymers.

Upon successfully completing the 5 days’ workshop, candidates will be able to :

  • Learn the fundamentals of direct deposition and of the laser blown powder (LBP) process
  • Gain practical skills in the required programming, as well as pre- and post-process activities to generate simple build geometries
  • Acquire the know-how to draw input-output relations and first-hand appreciate the results in an actual deposition process
  • Learn key process risks / hazards and best practices pertaining to system and operational HSE, as well as gain knowledge on the necessary licenses and approvals to run an LBP process

Module: Industry 4.0 Assessment through SIRI Framework (16 hours)
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Module: Industry 4.0 Transformation Journey using the LEAD Framework (16 hours)
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Digital Transformation with SIRI (Smart Industry Readiness Index) and LEAD (Learn, Evaluate, Architect , Deliver)

Webinar | 31 August 2021, Thursday | 2.00pm – 3.00pm

This talk will give an overview to developing an understanding of a manufacturing organisation on using a validated structured approach via the LEAD (Learn, Evaluate, Architect, Deliver) framework to embark on a digital transformation and implementation; and recognise current Industry 4.0 readiness via the SIRI (Smart Industry Readiness Index) framework, with practical examples using ARTC Model Factory.

Upon successfully completing the 2 days’ workshop, candidates will be able to:

  • Utilise the LEAD (LEARN, EVALUATE, ARCHITECT, DELIVER) framework for digital transformation
  • Define the baseline Industry 4.0 readiness of their organisation
  • Identify medium- and long-term Industry 4.0 transformation initiatives (Evaluate of LEAD)
  • Apply the SIRI Building Blocks to determine their Industry 4.0 readiness level
  • Develop from best practices short term initiatives to improve their organisation Industry 4.0 readiness (Architect of LEAD)
  • Assess the organisation readiness using the 8 Pillars of SIRI Framework
  • Assess the impact of implemented Industry 4.0 initiatives using LEAD’s process

Module: Industrial Additive Manufacturing for Practitioners (24 hours)
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Industrial Additive Manufacturing

Webinar | 26 August 2021, Tuesday | 2.00pm – 3.00pm

This training will equip participants with the necessary skills and framework required to define an appropriate business-case for Additive Manufacturing (AM) and gain technical insights from the ground-level upwards towards the execution of AM in a safe and structured manner.

Upon successfully completing the 3 days’ workshop, candidates will be able to :

  • Develop a fundamental technical skillset such as AM workflows to implement AM effectively in different industry applications
  • Perform part screening and identify value propositions for AM to determine a suitable business case
  • Design for metal AM and topology optimisation
  • Implement a framework for quality control and safety aspects when executing industrial AM  
  • Validate and qualify components for serial production

Module: Smart Machining and Quality Control in Remanufacturing (24 hours)
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Smart Machining and Quality Control in Remanufacturing

Webinar | 6 September 2021, Monday | 2.00pm – 3.00pm

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining is well established and utilized in different industrial sectors such as aerospace, marine, oil & gas, automotive, MedTech, precision engineering (PE), molds and dies as well as offshore. The rise in the Re-manufacturing industry brings new challenges to machining with technologies. Smart machining techniques, which can be applied to both Remanufacturing and standard components, have tremendous potential and are becoming a new generation of high value precision manufacturing technologies in line with the advance of Industry 4.0 concepts.

Upon successfully completing the 3 days’ workshop, candidates will be able to :

  • Explain the fundamentals of Remanufacturing Technology, how this differs from other Repair and Restoration methods.
  • Explain the impact of machining parameters on surface integrity and understand quality control techniques.
  • Identify machine learning techniques that can be used for Classification of different tool wear mechanisms and Regression to estimate remaining tool life.
  • Implement basic Closed Loop Control systems using process control charts and adaptive machining programs.
  • Apply the different Adaptive Machining techniques that can be used in remanufacturing