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.
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.
The Air Force is opening a fourth Advanced Technology and Training Center in Syracuse, Utah. The new state-of-the-art facility, scheduled to open in early 2020, will be used by scientists, engineers, technicians, and educators to help revolutionize future manufacturing technologies.read more
“This trade mission to Europe will allow Utah companies to connect with diverse industries”read more
Students from Davis Technical College took first, second and third place at the SAMPE State Engineering Competition.read more
Gov. Herbert visited Stadler Rail’s main facility in Bussneg, Switzerland. Stadler’s North American facility is in Utah.read more
UAMMI is using Impossible Objects’ composite 3D printing technology to build 3D-printed carbon fiber/thermoplastic replacement parts for defense aircraft.read more