Dickin University, Australia, and the National Center for Additive Manufacturing (NCAM) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop a self-sustaining additive manufacturing ecosystem (AM) in the country. Through this association, Dickin University and NCAM will seek to promote excellence in research and innovation in advanced (additive) manufacturing technologies with all the opportunities that exist at Dickin as a university, which can be through short courses, joint research projects or a joint doctoral degree . programs and other areas.
The agreement will foster collaboration by enabling additive manufacturing in the industry, prototyping new products and focusing on new product development, providing access to modern infrastructure, providing research and development and promoting skills development activities to improve quality. labor force.
“The Deakin NCAM Partnership aims to bring together industry, academia and government to work to address manufacturing challenges with AM technology and create results that will enhance the communities in which we live,” says Rawit Pauha, vice president of Global Alliances and the CEO is South Asia, Dickin University said.
The merger with NCAM will bring together the expertise of industry agencies, research and development (R&D) and academia to optimize the processes of research and development of additive manufacturing and standards development and help solve production problems using additive manufacturing technology.
“NCAM’s vision is to create and create a sustainable ecosystem for innovative products in India using destructive additive manufacturing technology. Through this partnership, we will seek to empower the wider academic and student fraternity, which will benefit through qualifications, collaborative research programs, courses and knowledge sharing, to name a few in the field of additive manufacturing, ”said Jasprith Sidhu, CEO of NCAM.
With inputs from PTI.