Additive Manufacturing Workshop

5th September 2017

The Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), part of the University of Sheffield, is running workshops to offer skills and training to Sheffield city region manufacturing businesses through the Sheffield Innovation Programme (SIP).

The AMRC specialise in carrying out world-leading research into advanced machining, manufacturing and materials in industry. They are running a two day workshop on 'Additive Manufacturing' on 25th & 26th October in Rotherham. SIP is a regional initiative which gives businesses access to university facilities, academics and expertise through workshops and bespoke consultancy. Join the University of Sheffield's Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre in this two day introduction to Additive Manufacturing. The workshops run from 10am - 4pm on the 25th and 26th October and both days must be attended. Topics covered in the workshop will include: Product Design for Additive Manufacturing Metallurgy of Additive Manufacturing Components Quality & Standards Current Applications Practical Demonstrations IP, Skills & Training Funding Schemes The workshop is aimed at small and medium sized enterprises who are currently using or contemplating using Additive Manufacturing and would like to learn more about its applications and gain hands on experience. This event is run by the Sheffield Innovation Programme, giving businesses in the Sheffield city region access to university facilities and expert academics. Book here

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