• Looking to improve your machining process and product lifetime? University of Sheffield seeking companies to collaborate for joint funding

    More on this opportunity can be found on the Konfer site here

    Funded: Looking to collaborate

    Aim

    Our aim is to apply for funds (for example Innovate UK, KTP) jointly with industrial companies interested in finding ways of improving their machining process and product lifetime

    Description

    The Issue

    Damage and defects that take place during machining/manufacturing can significantly impact product lifetime. This can have a costly impact on machining replacements and production line downtime.

    Our Objective

    At the University of Sheffield, we have state-of-art facilities and equipment for machining and manufacturing research as well as advanced computer-aided engineering expertise and are investigating ways to reduce equipment damage and defects.

    Areas of focus
    •New advanced materials for manufacturing
    •Speed / power ratios
    •Tooling and advancements in increasing life
    •Damage during machining
    •Lifetime prediction and Fatigue
    •Impact damage
    •Edge trimming

    We’re looking for

    We’re looking for an industrial partner to jointly apply for funding to further research with the focus on real and positive impacts in an industrial setting. We are also open to new ideas that could require use of our equipment and expertise and are always looking for industry partners.

    Next Steps


    If this is of interest, please CONNECT through konfer for more details.

    About

    University of Sheffield – Department of Mechanical Engineering

    Our innovative teaching and cutting-edge research make us one of the leading mechanical engineering departments in the country. We work with businesses locally and globally to keep our teaching and research relevant and our research is respected worldwide and built on a strong collaborative ethos.
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  • More on this opportunity can be found on the Konfer site here

    Funded: Looking to collaborate

    Aim

    Our aim is to apply for funds (for example Innovate UK, KTP) jointly with industrial companies interested in finding ways of improving their machining process and product lifetime

    Description

    The Issue

    Damage and defects that take place during machining/manufacturing can significantly impact product lifetime. This can have a costly impact on machining replacements and production line downtime.

    Our Objective

    At the University of Sheffield, we have state-of-art facilities and equipment for machining and manufacturing research as well as advanced computer-aided engineering expertise and are investigating ways to reduce equipment damage and defects.

    Areas of focus
    •New advanced materials for manufacturing
    •Speed / power ratios
    •Tooling and advancements in increasing life
    •Damage during machining
    •Lifetime prediction and Fatigue
    •Impact damage
    •Edge trimming

    We’re looking for

    We’re looking for an industrial partner to jointly apply for funding to further research with the focus on real and positive impacts in an industrial setting. We are also open to new ideas that could require use of our equipment and expertise and are always looking for industry partners.

    Next Steps


    If this is of interest, please CONNECT through konfer for more details.

    About

    University of Sheffield – Department of Mechanical Engineering

    Our innovative teaching and cutting-edge research make us one of the leading mechanical engineering departments in the country. We work with businesses locally and globally to keep our teaching and research relevant and our research is respected worldwide and built on a strong collaborative ethos.
    Head of Community
    Need help? Ask me your questions about the Community here