The AMRC offers a variety of services for non-member manufacturing companies.
Our flagship programme is the AMRC Forum. This regular event offers delegates insight into current and emerging technologies and supply chain issues, and valuable networking opportunities.
We host regular partner open days and seminars, presenting further insight into new technologies and programmes at our leading industrial partners. See the Events page for details of upcoming opportunities.
Businesses can draw on the manufacturing and engineering knowhow that we’ve developed over the past decade. We have a wealth of knowledge that could be transferable to your business, in areas such as the machining of specialist alloys, composite production and joining, structural testing, and advanced fixturing and assembly.
Non-members can take part in original research, by commissioning specific projects in one of our core research areas, or by joining a European project or other collaborative research programme.
Companies can also commission original research from the next generation of engineering talent through our Industrial Doctorate Centre in Machining Science.
We are always keen to talk to companies interested in advanced manufacturing, especially those already working with any of our member companies, to understand their capabilities and needs. To start discussions, contact Denzil Lawrence.
Other parts of the University of Sheffield can also provide practical business support and research in a wide range of areas. For more information, see the Sheffield Engineering Gateway.