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Type
Non-Profit Organisation
Address

Sandagervej 10
7400 Herning
Denmark

Description

Mission: DAMRC – a research and development center for advanced machining technologies that develops and transforms the latest knowledge into practical solutions in close collaboration with universities for the benefit of Danish industrial companies' global competitiveness.

Vision: Be the preferred research center for the Nordic manufacturing industry that generates the most value and technology driven business in Denmark

DAMRC is driven by the industry with a high number of industry in the Board of Directors, Technical committee as well as Educational Committee

The business model is divided into

  • R&D activities
  • Education
  • Technology Transfer.

R&D activities include

  • The first (only) in the world to successfully generate a surface roughness below 1 micron (Ra) in thermal sprayed ZrO2 (TBC - diamond like surface) by milling (0,52 micron)
  • Driving down process time from 45 minutes to 29 seconds in hole making in Inconel 718
  • Only provider of VSR-treatment in the Nordic countries
  • More than 60 industrial cases with more than 30% increase in machining productivity based on new technology

DAMRC F.M.B.A.

DAMRC F.M.B.A.

Contact Person
Charlotte ILVIG

E-mail
chi@damrc.com
is SME contact
Equipment

Mazak Variaxis i600 - Mazak Integrex i300 S - Mazak Quick Turn 25

DMG NLX2500/700 - DMG CMX 70U - DMG NHX 6300 High Torque - Pre-setter

Kasto Win A 4,6

Tesa Micro-Hite 3D - 4545

Steinbichler 3D Scanner

Wilson Hardness - Rockwell 574 digital

MAHR MarSurf PS1

Leica Absolute Tracker AT901

Kistler Multicomponent Dynamomemeter

Zoller Venturion 450

Metalmax TXF Tap Testing Equipment including Harmonizer

Vibratory Stress Relief (VSR) Model 8

Services

R&D

Scoping, partnering, project management and participating in international R&D projects focusing on machining technologies, additive manufacturing and handling of residual stresses by vibration technologies

Training

  • vocational - basic and excellent of apprentices for a number of vocational training schools
  • university supporting specialized training in machining related topics in a number of universities
  • specialized industrial training targeting training of highly specialized technical staff within machining technologies

Technology Transfer

Transfer of technology and consultancy in specific companies (primarily targeting SMEs) within technologies such as milling, drilling, turning, vibratory stress relief and additive manufacturing.

 

Service for Industry and SMEs
Yes