Category Archives: AMTC

Help shape the future of additive manufacturing in the UK

At the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) in Coventry, Martin Dury, Learning Design Manager, and his team are working to address the manufacturing skills gap, encouraging UK businesses to be agile and adopt new technologies. Currently, Dury is mapping a number of Additive Manufacturing Competency Frameworks for all roles in AM. The frameworks are intended to define the skills, knowledge and […]

MTC calls for contributions to stem additive manufacturing skills shortage

The UK’s Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) is where 3D printing and traditional manufacturing converge. Established as an independent Research & Technology Organisation (RTO) in 2010, the centre is the product of a collaboration between Loughborough University, the University of Birmingham, the University of Nottingham and TWI. The centre’s privileged position in the market and well-cultivated contact […]

First SPEE3D cold spray metal 3D printer in Asia with $190,000 NAMIC grant for Singapore 3D printing R&D

Cold spray metal 3D printing is coming to Singapore. Singapore Polytechnic (SP) has been awarded a grant of almost S$250,000 (US $190,000) by the country’s National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC). The funds will go towards a joint R&D program involving SP, NAMIC, and Australian 3D printer manufacturer SPEE3D. The additive manufacturing research will investigate how […]