WMTN

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WMTNWest Midlands Technology Network (UK)
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WMTN said the role of universities in the development of business was gaining recognition in local and central government.
Kevin Hogan with WMTN programme manager Peter Foxall.
A total of pounds 8.25m from the European Regional Development Fund and pounds 2.9m from the European Social Fund is bringing the total WMTN package to date to more than pounds 26 million for the region.
WMTN's new phase two funding comprises pounds 8.25 million from the European Regional Development Fund and pounds 2.9 million from the European Social Fund.
Funding from WMTN enabled Woodway to enlist the Design Institute at Coventry University to redesign the control pad and improve it.
The WMTN is a collaboration of nine partners who collectively offer engineering product design and manufacturing consultancy free-of-charge to eligible small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the West Midlands region.
The WMTN is a collaboration of nine partners who collectively offer engineering product design and manufacturing advice free-of-charge to eligible small to mediumsized enterprises (SMEs) in the West Midlands region.
This is where the WMTN - a pounds 9.3 million project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and Advantage West Midlands (AWM) - is able to provide effective assistance and support.
Experts from two of the nine WMTN partner organisations, Wolverhampton University's Innovative Product Development Centre (IPDC) and the Centre of Engineering Excellence (CEE), used reverse engineering techniques -starting from the end product and working backwards to find a new manufacturing method -to find a way of making saddletrees using computers.
WMTN is a collaboration between nine centres of excellence which provide access to experts in engineering design consultancy and hands-on problem solving by using technologies and machinery.
The mini launch will feature case studies from three of the WMTN's partners; The Centre of Engineering Excellence in Wolverhampton (CEE), Walsall College of Arts and Technology (WALCAT) and Wolverhampton University's Innovative Product Development Centre (IPDC).
Tony Corbett, WMTN programme manager, said: 'I was extremely pleased with the high attendance level.