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Dassault Systèmes, the French software company behind the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, has partnered with the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) to accelerate manufacturing in the UK.
“We strongly believe that we have entered the Industry Renaissance, a new era where experience will be at the heart of everything we do, from the way we innovate to the way we produce goods,” said Séverine Trouillet, Global Affairs Director, EuroNorth at Dassault Systèmes.
Tools - Fourth - Industrial - Revolution - Automation
“The tools of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, whether automation, robotics or visualization, are the basis on which we are building a radically new world where entire sectors will be turned upside down.”
“NO INDUSTRY WILL BE TRANSFORMED QUITE AS MUCH AS MANUFACTURING, WHICH IS WHY WE ARE PROUD TO BE JOINING THE AMRC AND HELPING ITS MEMBERS ADOPT A DIGITAL-FIRST WAY OF THINKING, BUT ALSO CREATE THE FUTURE OF MANUFACTURING AT THE HEART OF THE INDUSTRIAL NORTH.”
AMRC - Research - Projects - Machining - Manufacturing
The AMRC, established in 2001, is home to various research projects exploring advanced machining, manufacturing, and materials with over 100 partners. Earlier this year, the center along with engineers at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) commenced the development of a hybrid 3D printing technology known as THREAD. This process is capable of adding fibrous electrical, optical and structural elements to the inside of polymer components.
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