DARE will address the future challenge of a limited pool of resources (e.g. Rare Earth Elements) required for the development of alloys used in modern manufacturing technologies.Companies in the UK and Europe that manufacture and process metals to form components, are faced with a growing problem of securing supply chains linked to particular materials. The risks these companies face include increased competition from emerging economies due to the globalisation of manufacturing, political risks (especially when reserves of a particular resource are concentrated in one country) and price instability. All of this requires greater flexibility in the design of new alloys.
DARE’s aims are: to design, manufacture and test new alloys ready for implementation into industry; reduce the reliance on strategic metals; and minimise waste in the metals industry. The methods developed within the Project will have a generic applicability to most metal alloys and will therefore impact on a wide range of industrial sectors, including manufacturing, transport, energy, healthcare technologies and defence.
The MIAMI project is focused on improving the productivity of additive manufacturing (AM) via improved monitoring and control to achieve 'right first time' manufacturing and novel approaches to improving the speed of AM.
MIAMI brings in new academic investigators at Sheffield to...
(COMbination of non-contact, high speed monitoring and non-destructive techniques applicable to LASER Based Manufacturing through a self-learning system)
The TACDAM project will perform targeted Additive Manufacturing (AM) pre- and post-process value chain technology developments, develop an adaptive...