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MTC
MTC Limited
Ansty Park
Coventry
CV7 9JU
The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) develops and proves innovative manufacturing processes and technologies in an agile, low risk environmen.

The Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) was established in 2010 as
an independent Research & Technology Organisation (RTO) with the
objective of bridging the gap between academia and industry – often
referred to as ‘the valley of death’.
It represents one of the largest public sector investments in UK manufacturing and, after four years of planning and a 16 month
build, the facility opened at Ansty Park in Coventry at the end of 2011.
In December 2011, there were 16 industrial members, 44 staff and just a few key pieces of equipment in the ‘workshop’.
Over the following seven years the MTC’s rapid growth has seen the expansion of our campus with the construction of three more facilities, including the opening of the Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre and the National Centre for Additive Manufacturing.
Our role has also increased to cover not only R&D but also Training, Advanced Manufacturing Management and Factory Design.
We now have over 700 talented employees working with us.
During this time we have helped hundreds of companies across a range of industries and over 100 of them have become members of the MTC.

http://www.the-mtc.org/
+44 (0)2476 701600
CALM
The University of Exeter
College for Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences
Harrison Building,
North Park Road,
Exeter,
Devon

EX4 4QF
stablished to support businesses interested in learning about ALM technologies and in new research developments, CALM has evolved to become a leading centre of excellence in polymeric ALM.

CALM is the centre of expertise in Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM) at
the University of Exeter, specialising in the use of high temperature
and high performance polymers and composite materials for Additive
Manufacturing. It is a leading research centre, working at multiple
Technology Readiness Levels, on both fundamental and applied research.
Our projects
are funded through research councils (e.g. EPSRC), government
organisations (e.g. Innovate UK and EU), or directly with industry
partners through short and long term contract research. We aim to
achieve maximum impact from our work and therefore collaborate with a
wide range of organisations.

AMRG
Additive Manufacturing Research Group
School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Wolfson Building
Loughborough University
Loughborough
LE11 3TU
Loughborough Universities Additive Manufacturing Research Group (AMRG) has an established global profile in the field of Additive Manufacturing research

The majority of our research activities are conducted in collaboration
with industrial partners and encompass a broad range of sectors
including: aerospace, defence, design, health, medicine, and
electronics. Much of our work is cross-disciplinary and as such is
conducted across multiple academic schools of the University and
externally, both in the UK and internationally. The AMRG is working with
many leading international companies. We have comprehensive additive
manufacturing laboratories, supported by state-of-the-art testing and
analysis facilities.

https://www.lboro.ac.uk/research/amrg/
+44 (0) 1509 227154
CfAM
Nottingham
NG7 2RD
Additive Manufacturing (3D printing) techniques continue to evolve quickly and the the Centre for Additive Manufacturing (CfAM) is at the forefront of this

The Centre for Additive Manufacturing at the University of Nottingham is widely regarded as the world’s leading Centre for Additive Manufacturing research, development and dissemination. Their aim is to push forward the development and application of next-generation, multi-material and multifunctional Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing technologies with a focus on end-use functionalised 3D structures and components.

+44(0) 115 84 66374
AMRC
Factory of the Future
Advanced Manufacturing Park
Wallis Way, Catcliffe
Rotherham
S60 5TZ
The AMRC is a network of world-leading research and innovation centres working with advanced manufacturing companies around the globe.

We specialise in carrying out world-leading research into advanced
machining, manufacturing and materials, which is of practical use to
industry.Our 100-plus industrial partners range from global giants like Boeing, Rolls-Royce, BAE Systems and Airbus to small companies. Businesses can work with us on a one-off project, or join us as a member for long-term collaboration.The AMRC now employs around 500 highly qualified researchers and engineers from around the globe, on the Advanced Manufacturing Park and Sheffield Business Park in South Yorkshire.Our operations have grown significantly since we were founded in 2001 and in 2003 we became the anchor tenant on the Advanced Manufacturing Park at Catcliffe, South Yorkshire.In 2015 we opened the doors to our first facility on a new Advanced Manufacturing Campus on the nearby Sheffield Business Park. Further expansion into this site is underway.

https://www.amrc.co.uk/
+44 (0)114 222 1747