A world-class centre for advanced manufacturing open to manufacturers of all sizes

Our research and development focuses on industry’s commercial requirements and provides lasting value to members.

Our 90-plus industrial members range from global giants like Boeing, Rolls-Royce, BAE Systems and Airbus to small companies, but you don’t have to be a member to take advantage of our world-leading expertise and resources, which are open to manufacturers of all sizes.

Working with the AMRC to find a solution to keep Bloodhound on track was an ideal opportunity to show what we can do.

Donna Saul, Maher

Featured case study

AMRC’s robot research cuts the cost of producing aircraft components for BAE Systems.

A research project to enable robots to accurately machine holes in composite aircraft components, has matured into a production system and is on track to save BAE Systems millions of pounds in capital and operational costs over the coming years.

Europe’s biggest aerospace castings facility now operational
22 March 2017
A castings facility capable of producing some of the biggest titanium aerospace compo …
School event inspires the next generation of engineers
20 March 2017
School pupils from across the Sheffield City Region enjoyed some hands on STEM activi …
Egypt’s Mansoura University seeks technical collaboration with the AMRC
19 March 2017
Friday 17 March 2017, Sheffield, UK - Professor Ashraf Sewelam, Vice President of Man …
School pupils to be put to the test at engineering extravaganza
01 March 2017
STEM Ambassadors from leading institutions are staging an ‘Engineering Extravag …

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Upcoming Events
RAeS Event: Digital Scanning for Aerospace Development, Restoration and Inspection
04 April 2017
Ther Royal Aeronautical Society presents "Digital Scanning for Aerospace Development, …
AMRC Technology Portfolio Planning
19 June 2017
The purpose of these sessions is to undertake planning work against the gaps / activi …
AMRC Tech Fellows
06 November 2017
The Tech. Fellows conference has been a highlight of the AMRC calendar for many years …