The Virtual Machining and Optimization Workshop, coorganized by the AMRC and Twin-Control, took place on March 1, 2018. The workshop consisted of presentations and an on-machine demonstration of a new online simulation and measurement capability developed on a Starrag Ecospeed machine tool in the Twin-control project. 70 people registered to the event. Due to adverse weather conditions on the day, the workshop was relocated to the Holiday Inn Royal Victoria …Read More
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Last week our colleague Erdem Ozturk from the AMRC (University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre) presented Twin-Control at MACH 2018. This fair is the UK’s showcase for advanced engineering and manufacturing, held in Birmingham on 9-13 April 2018.
On February 28, the Twin-Control consortium gathered for the 30th month plenary meeting at AMRC facilities in Sheffield, UK. The AMRC is a research centre linked to the University of Sheffield that works with the most relevant aircraft builders (Boeing, Airbus, etc.) and their complete supply chain (Rolls&Royce, GKN Aerospace, Sandvik, DMG-Mori, etc). In the last years they are expanding their activities to other sectors, such as nuclear or automotive, and they …Read More
By Luke Berglind and Erdem Ozturk, Researchers at the The University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC). The primary objective of machining operations is to produce a final product that possesses a desired set of geometric features. In cutting operations, these features are produced by removing material from an initial stock of material until only the final part is left behind. To be successful, CNC machines must accurately position …Read More