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Advanced Manufacturing Research Centres

日本一本道最新高清无码The Advanced Manufacturing Research Centres (AxRC) network is comprised of seven AxRC’s helping us and other industrial partners achieve ‘Best in Class’ capability across our portfolio of manufacturing technologies.

The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CCAM)

CCAM opened in 2012 at the Crosspointe Center in Virginia, US. University partners include the University of Virginia, Virginia Tech and Virginia State University.

  • Technology focus is on surface engineering, advanced manufacturing systems and related technologies.
  • Industrial membership includes founding members Rolls-Royce, Newport News Shipbuilding, Canon, Sandvik Coromant, Siemens, Sulzer Metco, and Chromalloy.

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The Advanced Remanufacturing & Technology Centre (ARTC)

The centre is owned by the Agency for Science, Technology and Research institute (A*STAR) in partnership with Nanyang Technological University, based in Singapore.

日本一本道最新高清无码The ARTC is situated at CleanTech II, a new development located in close proximity to the campus of Nanyang Technological University. The centre receives significant funding support from the Singapore Economic Development Board.

  • Technology Focus is on repair and restoration, surface modification and product verification.
  • Industrial Membership interest; Rolls-Royce, IHI and Siemens

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The Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC)

The AMRC is situated in South Yorkshire, UK and managed by the University of Sheffield.

Its main facility, the Rolls-Royce Factory of the Future (FoF), opened in 2008. Regional, European and Government agencies have continued to invest in the ongoing development of the AMRC infrastructure, with the 40 per cent expansion of the FoF and the new Knowledge Transfer Centre now open. The next approved phase of expansion will involve the creation of a Design, Prototyping and Testing Centre and the building of a new and enlarged apprentice training academy. The AMRC employs over 200 highly qualified staff.

  • Technology focus is on advanced machining, machine characterisation, programming and measurement technologies.
  • Industrial membership includes Rolls-Royce, Boeing, BAE Systems & Messier-Dowty, plus 60 other organizations.
  • Facility equipment includes large 5-axis machining centres, large horizontal and mill-turn machines, large vertical turning centres, large 5-axis grinding machine and measurement equipment (CMM & GOM).

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The National Composites Centre (NCC)

The NCC was launched as a result of the UK Composites Strategy in November 2009 and was formally opened in November 2011.

It is based on the Bristol & Bath Science Park and is hosted by the University of Bristol. The NCC acts as the hub for the UK composites industry, and hosts the Composite Skills Alliance organisation which is currently developing accredited training to support industry needs.

  • Technology focus is on advanced composites design, structural analysis, modelling and simulation, as well as materials and process engineering. The NCC is also investigating the increased use of robotics and automation within composites, and optimised manufacturing and tooling engineering systems.
  • Industrial membership includes Rolls-Royce, Airbus, GKN, Agusta Westland, Vestas & Dassault Systèmes, Umeco plus a further 10 members covering a wide cross-sectoral range of industries.
  • Facility equipment includes clean rooms with robotic auto-fibre placement machines (thermosetting and thermoplastic heads), a large ply cutter. There are also industrial scale auto-claves in place, as well as liquid resin and dry forming cells, jet impingement ultrasonic and CT X-Ray NDE systems, and a material characterisation laboratory with equipment including optical and scanning electron microscopy and mechanical test machine.

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The Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC)

The AFRC is located in Renfrew, Scotland.

日本一本道最新高清无码It is operated by The University of Strathclyde in collaboration with Scottish Enterprise, the Scottish Government and global engineering organisations.

  • Technology focus is on forming and forging of metals with associated materials characterisation and process modelling.
  • Industrial membership includes Rolls-Royce, Boeing, Aubert & Duval, Barnes Aerospace and Timet, plus 11 additional tier 2 members.

日本一本道最新高清无码Fundamental and applied research is completed using industrial scale equipment across a range of forming and forging processes, e.g. closed & open die forging, superplastic forming, flow forming and rotary forging.

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The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC)

The Nuclear AMRC is a partnership between the Universities of Sheffield and Manchester, and a consortium of industry partners.

It provides a national focus for development of the UK manufacturing supply chain for nuclear new build and other nuclear market sub-sectors.

  • Centre focus to raise the quality, capability and cost-competitiveness of the UK civil nuclear manufacturing supply chain, to a level of “best global practice”. To assist UK manufacturing companies to compete for nuclear contracts worldwide and become part of the global supply chains of the reactor vendors and their first tier suppliers.
  • Industrial membership includes EDF, Areva, Westinghouse, Rolls-Royce, Sheffield Forgemasters International Ltd and Tata Steel.
  • Facility equipment within the centre includes machining, welding & cladding, non-destructive evaluation, automation/robotics, near net shape manufacture, virtual reality/simulation and advanced metrology.

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