UNIST has been broadcasted nationally through the KBS's special report, "Lead the Fourth Industrial Revolution".
KBS News reporter YoungHa Park reported on finding solutions for the economy of Ulsan under the theme of “Fourth Industrial Revolution” in the new year. As Ulsan desperately needs a new economic breakthrough, UNIST’s high-... Read More
"3D printing will bring innovation in manufacturing, thereby changing the future of Ulsan," says Professor Namhun Kim.
UNIST’s 3D printing technology is rapidly evolving while drawing global attention, as it is at the heart of manufacturing innovation. Established last year, the 3D Advanced Additive Manufacturing Center at UNIST has been developing ec... Read More
Government invests in South Korea's auto sector.
3D printed auto parts could soon be used in cars by 2020, UNIST researcher says.
Additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing certainly has its place in the automotive industry. A recent study finds 3D printing of automotive parts could not only save millions of dollars in the product development process, but it... Read More
Capable of producing ultra-fine 3D patterns, thinner than a red blood cell
3D printing technology has recently attracted significant media attention. However, there seems to be a multitude of problems with current 3D printers, as they have failed to deliver on its promise to revolutionize manufacturing due to the... Read More