Petitioner questions printing of ballots despite pending Marcos disqualification cases

#Agenda | Kapatid spokesperson Atty. Fides Lim says the COMELEC should not include Bongbong Marcos’ name in the official ballot while his disqualification cases have yet to be resolved.

The poll body earlier said that in cases of disqualification, a candidate has the option of substitution with an individual who has the same surname and belongs to the same political party. #BilangPilipino2022

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COMELEC begins printing of ballots for 2022 polls

The COMELEC begins the printing of official ballots for absentee and overseas voters for the 2022 elections. Printing of ballots for local voters will begin on Jan. 20. Presidential aspirant Bongbong Marcos, who still has pending disqualification cases, is included in the ballot. #BilangPilipino2022

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COMELEC eyeing to resolve all pending cases before printing of ballots

COMELEC Spokesperson Dir. James Jimenez says the rejection of all the interventions in the petition to cancel Bongbong Marcos’ candidacy will speed up the poll body’s decision on the case. Jimenez adds that the COMELEC is aiming to resolve the issue between the factions of PDP-Laban by December 15.

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Hitachi Metals Singapore, A*STAR extend 3D printing partnership

Local manufacturers are set to reap more benefits from an additional S$8.5 million to develop metal powders that are customised for 3D printing. This extends an existing joint lab collaboration between Hitachi Metals Singapore and A*STAR to S$14 million over six years.

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New industry standards for 3D printing to help SMEs adopt additive manufacturing

New industry standards have been released for businesses in Singapore to make better 3D-printed products with less waste and cost. Industry players, government agencies and even the armed forces had a hand in drawing them up. The industry standards will benefit SMEs who may not have the resources to develop their own 3D printing processes. For example, one standard will guide them on how to use metal powders in the process and check products for quality.

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GE Aviation facility in Singapore the first globally to use 3D printing for jet engine repair

GE Aviation’s facility in Singapore has become the first of its kind in the world to use 3D printing technology to repair jet engine components. It will boost Singapore’s reputation as an aerospace hub for manufacturing and maintenance, repair and operations.

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New 3D printing lab could halve surgery time for patients with complex medical conditions

National University Hospital patients with complex medical conditions requiring surgery could reduce the time they spend on the operating table by half. This is thanks to a new 3D printing lab, which will help surgeons with pre-operative planning. The lab will be able to print patient-specific body parts like hips and knee joints, as well as soft tissue like organs. Surgeons will use them to simulate and practise specific steps during a surgery, anticipate challenges and fine-tune their plans.

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Sotheby’s to auction first printing of U.S. Constitution

An extremely rare official first-edition printed copy of the U.S. Constitution, as adopted by America’s founding fathers at a convention in Philadelphia in 1787, will be put up for bid by Sotheby’s in mid-November.

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