AMT - EMBRACING NEW OPPORTUNITIES - INDUSTRY 4.0

AMT - EMBRACING NEW OPPORTUNITIES - INDUSTRY 4.0

The increased use of ‘Industry 4.0’ technologies within UK factories will not have a significant impact on overall employment levels in the manufacturing sector, but will cause a significant swing towards higher skilled positions which will most likely be distributed in London, according to a new study published today.

The Go Fourth report by national law firm Irwin Mitchell and the Centre for Economic & Business Research (Cebr), examines the latest trends and impact on the manufacturing sector of new technologies such as fully autonomous robots, 3D printing and augmented reality.

 

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AMT WIN FORMNEXT STARTUP CHALLENGE 2017

AMT WIN FORMNEXT STARTUP CHALLENGE 2017

Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) announced today that the company has won the prestigious 2017 formnext Start-up Challenge prize. The prize will be awarded at the Frankfurt based industry show on 14th November 2017.

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Automated Post Processing

Automated Post Processing

Additive Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) has been awarded £624,000 by Innovate UK (the new name for the Technology Strategy Board) to lead a consortium to develop an automated post processing machine for 3D printed polymer parts.

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Finishing the Job

Finishing the Job

Daniel O’Connor blasts through the world of post-processing polymers to see how one Sheffieldbased company have taken up the task of making 3D printing’s most analogue step digital.


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Innovate UK Awards Consortium £624,000 to Develop Next-Gen Automated Intelligent Post-Processing for 3D Printing

Innovate UK Awards Consortium £624,000 to Develop Next-Gen Automated Intelligent Post-Processing for 3D Printing

The award will specifically enable AMT to work on developing the next generation of PostPro3D, the company’s patent-pending post-processing technology. The technology uses machine learning and smart algorithms, so manufacturers can add surface finishing to 3D printed parts developed for “aesthetically demanding products.” PostPro3D processes polymer printed parts using the proprietary PUSh Process, developed at the University of Sheffield and exclusively licensed to AMT.

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Mayor of London reveals plans for UK’s largest 3D printing centre

Mayor of London reveals plans for UK’s largest 3D printing centre

British 3D printed initiatives - With this announcement, the United Kingdom continues to encourage the use of additive manufacturing. The British Government’s innovation agency, Innovate UK, are the primary motivators of such adoption and have supported many projects recently with funding.

These include the PostPro3D technology developed in Sheffield. British additive manufacturing company, AMT, are developing an automated post-processing method and are being supported by Government funding of $782,000.

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