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McGill students model AM cell in Sheffield

  • July 3, 2017

Two students from McGill University in Canada visited the Nuclear AMRC in Sheffield this week. Thomas Hitchcox and Jordan Cave examined the bulk additive manufacturing cell to inform their work on defect detection and process planning within the project.

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ECN hosts meeting for AMOS partners

  • July 3, 2017

ECN hosted a meeting for all the AMOS partners at their facility in Nantes on 21 and 22 June 2017. Partners discussed the progress of the project to date as well as the challenges to be met in the next period. Results coming in from the expanded testing workpackage show a lot of promise and form a firm basis for the work to be done in the next period.

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Students from McGill working in Sweden

  • July 3, 2017

Two PhD-students from McGill, Lydia Lawand and Khalil Alhandawi, are currently in Sweden working with GKN. The students will spend approximately 10 weeks in Sweden working on WP5 with a multidisciplinary optimisatoin platform in connection with the GKN use case. The main goal is to achieve a complete loop of the product development process that can later be used as the basis...

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McGill students visit ECN

  • June 29, 2017

Xiaoyi Guan from McGill University in Montreal spent 10 days in France at the ECN campus in June for AMOS, looking at the additive machine which will be used to deposit Titanium in the project

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EU team visits NuclearAMRC

  • October 2, 2016

The European AMOS partners visited the bulk additive manufacturing cell at the Nuclear AMRC in Sheffield. During the meeting, project progress was discussed and partners visited the robotic welding cell to see the work being done on the project.

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New European-Canadian research to explore additive repair for aerospace

  • May 4, 2016

A new research collaboration between Canada and Europe is developing additive manufacturing technology to repair components for the aerospace industry. The AMOS project (Additive manufacturing optimization and simulation platform for repairing and remanufacturing of aerospace components) focuses on a range of high-integrity additive manufacturing techniques. These direct energ...

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AMOS launches project website

  • April 18, 2016

Welcome to the website for AMOS. AMOS is a joint funded project by the European Union under the H2020 program and CARIC. To find out up to date news about the project, partners, events and results, visit regularly, or follow us on twitter ( @AMOSadditive ). You can also find out about the project by visiting the Mantra manufacturing transporter, which will take project results on the roa...

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