History of the Dynamic-Materials™ Group Of Companies
Each of the operations in their own right has grown-up within a culture of innovation.
- Working on a development project with a US Technology centre and ultimately commercialising this manufacturing process.
- Developing a refined rapid solidification process allowing significantly greater control.
- Developing engineering software and a knowledge base to 'fast-track' ceramic part manufacture.
- Producing complex engineering shapes out of transformation toughened ceramics.
- Working with a number of top quality academic institutions as well as eminent research bodies around the world to push the boundaries of material science.
- Played a pivotal role with a number of large industrial partners to further develop the use of smart materials.
We work closely with leading international academic institutions as well as eminent research bodies around the world and have been key industrial partners to a number of such organisations over a number of years including:
- Batelle Institute
- DSTL (Defence Scientific Technology Laboratories)
- Cambridge University
- Frauenhoffer Institute
- CERAM Research
- Powder Matrix
- Nottingham University
- Materials KTN
- Imperial College
- Oxford University
- Loughborough University
- Sheffield University
- Leeds University
The projects and collaborations completed with a number of these and other 'partners' who wish to retain confidentiality, gives the Group access to an unrivalled level of intellectual input, which complements our own core competencies. Such synergy has lead to new and innovative activities that provide an interesting and exciting platform from which to grow the businesses.