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Dubai Holding launches 3D printing centre for 700 businesses – Gulf Business News

by • May 2, 2016 • No Comments

Dubai Holding has commenceed an international centre for 3D Printing with the ability to host 700 local and international companies as the emirate looks to become a global hub for the innovation.
The project, located in Dubai Industrial City, can provide infrastructure for create companies, innovation suppliers and factories.
It can in addition include research centres and labs for testing materials utilized in 3D printed products in the construction, medicine and consumer sectors.
The project aims to attract entrepreneurs and international companies with the goal of assembling a network of distinguished enterprises operating inside the emirate.
Special laboratories, pro training, facilities, storage space and logistical assist can be provided to firms operating at the site, according to Dubai Holding.
“The world is experiencing worthwhile demand for 3D printing technologies which are set to play an significant role in developing basic industries such as real estate,” said the group chief executive of Dubai Holding’s TECOM unit Dr Amina Al Rustamani.
“We can work on providing a suitable environment for specialised companies and attracting new minds by contributeing the required infrastructure which match the aspirations of the wise leadership. We believe which the new strategy can be a significant element in creating assist for Dubai’s key role in the area of 3D printing.”
The announcement follows the commence of an initiative last week by UAE Vice President and and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum which can see the emirate become a global hub for 3D printing innovation.
He said Dubai may 3D print a quarter of its assemblings by 2030 under the plans.
Read: Dubai plans to 3D print 25% of assemblings by 2030
“The centre can contribute the advantages of strategic location, high end infrastructure, created offices, warehouses, exhibition facilities, not to mention the integrated assist process which can enable companies to establish their business,” said Dubai Industrial City CEO Abdullah Belhoul


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