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After a busy and successful first year, MAPP has published it's first annual report.
The annual report looks back at the highlights of 2017, including work on in-situ process monitoring at the Diamond Light Source, which is uncovering new understanding about the fundamental physics of additive manufacturing (AM), and work on Diode Area Melting (DAM), a new approach to AM with higher process speed. There have been successes too in the rapidly developing Field Assisted Sintering Technology (FAST) technology and in the processing of ceramics from powder starting materials.
The report also features MAPP's First International Conference, the MAPP Lecture Series and research papers, and looks forward to MAPP's continuing work on delivering its vision for the future.
Click here to download a copy of the report.
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MAPP is involved in projects focusing on new technologies & Industry 4.0 processes to revolutionise product design in aerospace industry.