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MTA

MACH 2022

Sponsored by

Headline Sponsor Lloyds

Tooling Clinic

Let us help you find your perfect tooling solution

The University of Sheffield AMRC machining team invites you to a collaborative tooling clinic, sponsored by the MTA.

Come and visit us at stand 17-606 to discuss manufacturing challenges in tooling application, cutting strategy, parameter optimisation, virtual machining and other high value manufacturing methodologies and technologies.

Please book an appointment through the link below, highlighting any areas of interest from the discussions list. Alternatively, please drop in at any time during the event and our team will be glad to support you in any way we can.

To address your specific challenges, AMRC engineers will draw on their experience and expertise, provide presentations on key discussion areas and signpost you to known technology exhibitors at MACH 2022.

Discussion topics include:

  • Process costing and parameter optimisation
  • Virtual machining for CAM iteration and process optimisation
  • Cutting strategy for thin parts
  • Aluminium, titanium and Inconel best practice
  • Down selection of tooling geometry using virtual machining
  • Use of non-traditional substrates
  • Solutions for aerofoil components - blades, blisks and impellers
  • Focused support for SMEs
  • Tool holding technologies
  • Micro machining
  • Machine tool dynamics
  • Other relevant topics

 

The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre is a network of world-leading research and innovation centres working with advanced manufacturing companies of all sizes around the globe. We transform industrial and economic performance by making step changes in productivity, increasing competitiveness, developing new products and processes and training new talent and skills.

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