Wed, 22 Nov|
Surface Manufacturing CRC Bid Information Session
Surface Engineering and Manufacturing optimize material properties, customise products, enhancing their longevity and performance. Join us in our Surface Manufacturing CRC bid to shape the future of sustainable and competitive manufacturing in Australia.
Time & Location
22 Nov 2023, 10:30 am – 11:45 am ACDT
About the event
Equipment failures are a common occurrence at the surface, particularly in challenging environments where materials are pushed to their failure points. Developing know-how, products and processes that can improve the service life of components is vital to improving productivity. This can be achieved through enhancing the surface – through methods like claddings, heat treatments, coatings, and more.
The University of South Australia is excited to announce the launch of Surface Manufacturing-focused CRC Bid.
Join us for an information session and find out how you can be part of a bid to unlock the potential of collaborative research and innovation in Surface processing and Engineering.
Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of the bid proposal, featuring a dedicated discussion on the research initiatives envisaged for the MedTech industry.
About the SM CRC Bid
A lot of equipment fails at the surface. This is especially so in extreme environments, where materials are pushed to their failure point. Developing know-how, products and processes that can improve the service life of components is vital to improving productivity. This can be achieved through enhancing the surface – through claddings, heat treatments, and coatings.
In the MedTech industry, the importance of surface engineering is of paramount importance. Medical devices and equipment frequently come into contact with human tissues, bodily fluids, or other medical substances. Ensuring that these interactions are safe, effective, and consistent is crucial.
What is Surface Engineering? Surface engineering aids in making devices more biocompatible, reducing the risk of adverse reactions when they are implanted or introduced into the human body. Moreover, it enhances the durability and functionality of instruments, ensuring that they can withstand the demanding conditions of medical environments. Whether it's a hip implant designed to resist wear over decades, a surgical tool that needs a non-stick surface, or stents that require special coatings to promote healing and reduce inflammation, surface engineering plays a pivotal role in optimizing medical technology for better patient outcomes and operational efficiency.
Surface Manufacturing CRC Bid
Surface Engineering and Manufacturing optimize material properties, customise products, enhancing their longevity and performance. For SMEs, it's a gateway to innovation, reducing costs and fostering global competitiveness by delivering superior and tailored solutions. Join us in our Surface Manufacturing CRC bid to shape the future of sustainable and competitive manufacturing in Australia.$0.00