The project DAMP focusses on fast development of automated manufacturing processes, through digital integration and testing.
Re-FOOD is an international partnership for research and education in energy efficient resource utilization in FOOD value chains between Norway and India.
MKRAM – Material Knowledge for Robust Additive Manufacturing
Industrial use of additive manufacturing (3D printing) is increasing. There are many recent developments, both technically and commercially, regarding materials, machines and production services. However, there are also R&D challenges, e.g. when it comes to predictable and repeatable material properties. The MKRAM project is addressing such challenges for selected metal alloys and plastics.
ResMap – Antibiotic resistance in Norwegian poultry production; Improved knowledge by advanced HTS-based technology platforms
In the ResMap project we will perform studies that will contribute to increased understanding of bacterial antibiotic resistance in Norwegian food production, in relation to consumption of poultry risk products and impacts on human health.
CompVessel – Optimal design and production process for composite gas pressure vessels
The overall goal of this project is to develop new and optimized design methods, production processes and supporting tools specialized for composite gas pressure vessels.
The project will develop technology for zero defect manufacturing within the fields of automation and autonomy. The project is funded by the Norwegian Research Council's BIA-program.
SFI Manufacturing's vision is to show that sustainable manufacturing in a high-cost country like Norway is possible, given the right products, technologies and people. Cross-disciplinary research will provide a knowledge based toolbox for future industrial innovations.
AddForm – Additive manufacturing of mould inserts for injection moulding of functional prototypes and small product series
Additive manufacturing (AM), often referred to as 3D printing, has received a lot of attention recently. The overall idea of the AddForm project is to use rather inexpensive mould inserts, made by AM, for injection moulding of plastic parts. The project focuses on polymer-based AM materials.
MuLUM – Multi material products and life time in selected environments
The main goal with the project is to study the technological challenges one faces in the development of new products that combines different plastic materials with other material groups (i.e. multi material products), with special focus on products to be used in different aggressive environments.