CONNECTING UTAH’S ADVANCED MATERIALS & MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
Welcome to UAMMI
The Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative (UAMMI) is a federal and state funded initiative to bring together public, private, community, industry and education partners to assure growth and sustainability of Utah’s advanced material and manufacturing industry.
If you are looking for Utah companies to do business with, starting your own company or trying to expand your existing conpany, UAMMI can help you. Through regular events, trainings, partnerships, newsletters, and online business tools, UAMMI can help you connect and grow within this vibrant Utah industry.
As an additive manufacturing leader, Utah is leading the way with projects across the state using materials such as polymers, plastics, and composites. This manufacturing process is being used to expand companies product offerings, shorten development cycle time, increase economic diversification, and allow entrance into new markets. Click here for more info.
Utah Advanced Manufacturing Week is an official recognition and gathering of the Utah advanced materials and manufacturing industry in Utah. It will consist of special events, workshops and activities to help educate, grow, and promote this exciting industry!read more
Nov 5th, 5:30-8:00 ; Davis Tech College, Kaysville, UT
In conjunction with the Utah Advanced Manufacturing Week, UAMMI and SAMPE-Utah are hosting a CrossTalk dinner and keynote event with Martin Ritter, CEO of Stadler US. Enjoy great food and networking while learning from an industry expert
Nov 6th, 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM, Davis Tech College (Freeport Campus)
In conjunction with the Utah Advanced Manufacturing Week, Composites One is hosting a Fly Away with Composites workshop to explore advanced materials and processes used in composites markets like Aerospace and Consumer Recreation.
Nov 6th, 6-8 PM, Hilton Garden Inn, Layton, UT
Composites One is hosting a networking reception following the “Fly Away With Composites” workshop earlier that day. Meet and network with industry attendees while enjoying food and drinks!
Nov 7-8, Davis Tech College, Kaysville, UT
In conjunction with the Utah Advanced Manufacturing Week, UAMMI and the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) are hosting a Tech Exchange event where Air Force sustainment technology innovators can present their ideas to the AFRL team and identify opportunities for collaboration.
When Makayla Lear, 17, began her senior year at the Community Learning Center at Blue Peak High School in Tooele, she enrolled in the engineering and manufacturing curriculum with an eye on one day going into biomedical engineering to design prosthetics. But, as...read more
The Rapid Engineering of Composites, Low observables and Innovative Materials Lab at Hill Air Force Base, along with others, has saved the Air Force millions of dollars through reverse engineering and the 3D printing of parts, tooling and even prototype circuit boards.read more
This unique effort to map Utah’s supply chain will better connect suppliers with each other.read more
Utah’s Aerospace and Defense industry is big business. The state’s aerospace industry accounts for approximately 944 establishments and 31,390 jobs and is projected to grow by 2 percent per year over the next decade.read more
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