The objective of the UltraMAT project is to develop a novel generic technology for materials processing of fluid and semi fluid phases that are widespread in manufacturing e.g. in the welding and adhesive joining of components, the manufacture of bulk composite components, in traditional and PM (HIP). The UltraMAT project is supported by Innovate UK (Project Ref. 102802).
UltraMAT is a three year project and it commenced on March 2017, with the participation of 8 organisations from Industry and academia.
InnotecUK – Project Coordinator
Brunel Innovation Centre
Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd
Carrs Welding Technologies Ltd
Cedar Metals Ltd
KW Special Projects Ltd
UltraMAT Project Ref. 102802
Innovate UK is the UK’s innovation agency
Innovate UK is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy.
The UltraMAT project started on March 2017 and will run until February 2020, The kick off Meeting was held in Cambridge on the 23rd March with the participation of the Project Monitoring Officer from Innovate UK and the attendance of representatives from all 8 participating organisations: Brunel Innovation Centre Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd. Carrs Welding […]