Our research at the Machining and Condition Monitoring team covers four areas: Advanced Manufacturing Processes, Mechatronics, Innovative Fixturing and Tooling, and Robotics for In-Situ Repair.
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Robotic systems for in-situ repair is one of the research areas for MCM team. We focuses on developing fundamentally novel, miniaturised robotic systems...
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Mechatronics is an interdisciplinary strand that focuses on the synergistic integration of mechanical, electronic, and electrical engineering systems.
The MCM group has a good capability on advanced manufacturing technologies such as conventional machining, waterjet milling/cutting...
Fixtures and tools are critical manufacturing items in every process as they construct the bridge between the workpiece and the tool that will perform the operation.
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