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Questionnaire to Stakeholders and Collaborators for 17IND12 Met4FoF

Preparing for the second half of the project’s lifetime

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We stay busy: recent developments in the project

Partners in the EMPIR project "Metrology for the Factory of the Future" have been very active.

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MET4FOF: Webinar

webinar on the Python code development of agentMET4FOF software package

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Met4FoF at the I2MTC - Instrumentation & Measurement Technology Conference

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The IEEE International Instrumentation & Measurement Technology Conference (I²MTC) tooks place from 20th May to 23th May at the Grand Millennium in Auckland. Partners from Met4FoF presented to the audience the project's aims and preliminary results.

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Advanced Forging Research Centre (AFRC), University of Strathclyde testbed

The GFM SKK10/R radial forge will be used as the AFRC testbed. The machine is a reinforced version of the standard SKK10 and can forge parts with max starting diameter of 125mm down to 25mm on a wide range of different materials. Max forging force is 150tons. Parts can be forged from room temperature up to 1200 deg C.

The data set has been uploaded and available here: doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.2573861

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Coding activities in Met4FoF

Decentralized state-of-the-art software development for high quality, open-source code

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Project developments in first 9 months

The project EMPIR Met4FoF has successfully finished its first quarter and has made very good progress and the first 9 months. This post outlines a couple of the early developments and preliminary results. Overall, this first period laid the foundation for a further successful development of the project.

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Project meeting paving the way for the next months

During a two-day project meeting at NPL, UK in January 2019, the project consortium made a number of important decisions that pave the way for the next steps in the project.

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The SPEA TestBed

SPEA manufactures Automated Test Equipment (ATE) for testing electronics boards and components, included MEMS. SPEA aims at delivering best in class systems, satisfying the increasing market needs for faster, more accurate and more reliable test of electronic systems.

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ZeMA Testbed

The ZeMA testbed was developed for condition monitoring, lifetime prognoses and end-of-line tests of electromechanical cylinders (EMCs) with a spindle drive.

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