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USUKI Hiroshi
On April 1, 2013, The“Collaborative Research Center for Manufacturing Innovation (CMI)” has launched.
High level of safeness and economic efficiency are required in aircrafts. Due to this reason, carbon-fiber composite, titanium material and high strength aluminum material that are high-strength lightweight materials are being adopted for aircrafts at a rapid pace. Through Industry, Academia, and Government Cooperation, we will make an innovative progress of composite processing technology, cutting technology of difficult-to-machine materials, high performance cutting and etc. and aim to advance aircraft manufacturing technology.

Completion of CMI Project Phase II

CMI, an industry-academia-government collaboration project aimed at developing innovative aircraft manufacturing technology, was launched in April 2013, and after 10 years of activity, CMI Project Phase II will be completed at the end of March 2023. In the aircraft industry, which has been in a slump due to the impact of COVID-19, the CMI project, which focused on manufacturing technology, will come to an end and aim to develop new aircraft technology. We would like to thank everyone who has participated and cooperated in this project.

All CMI symposium lecture materials will continue to be available for viewing.
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