The Centre for Additive Layer Manufacturing (CALM) officially opens its doorsUniversity of Exeter has officially opened its “Centre for additive Layer Manufacturing” (CALM).
CALM is a £2.6M investment in innovative manufacturing for the benefit of businesses in the South West and across the rest of the UK. It is located in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences, enabling the centre access to a full range of engineering workshop facilities and equipment from other departments.
The University of Exeter was awarded funding for the centre from the European Regional Development Fund as a result of its excellent research and development work in the field of additive manufacturing and for its strong links with business.
CALM is delivered in collaboration with EADS UK Ltd, based at Filton, Bristol.
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