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Tallmadge, OH, United States, 2009/07/08 - WARDJet has been selected to provide their top-of-the-line waterjet cutting machines to the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing - WARDJet.com.
WARDJet, Tallmadge, Ohio, a leading manufacturer of ultra-high pressure waterjet and abrasivejet systems for precision cutting, has recently become partners with the University of Sheffield Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) with Boeing. The AMRC is a £60million partnership that builds on the shared scientific excellence, expertise and technological innovation of the world's leading aerospace company and the world-class research within the University of Sheffield's faculty of engineering.
The AMRC's vision is to become a world-class global research facility developing innovative and advanced technology solutions for advanced materials forming. The AMRC is a tangible demonstration of what is possible when academia, government and industry collaborate to develop cutting-edge technologies enabling scientists and engineers to deliver real economic and environmental solutions benefiting everyone.
Richard Ward, owner and president of WARDJet, has also been appointed to the Board of Directors for the AMRC, along with representatives from other partners including Boeing, Rolls-Royce and BAE.
WARDJet (wardjet.com) is a leading designer and manufacturer of new and custom waterjet systems for precision cutting and machining applications. Their open-architecture CNC platforms are designed to accommodate multiple machining processes such as drilling, tapping, reaming, rotational indexing or multiple-head 5 axis waterjet cutting. WARDJet systems are used around the world in a broad range of industries, from the world's leading airlines to automotive, aerospace, industrial manufacturers, machine and job shops. WARDJet waterjet systems are made in the U.S.A.
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