Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility
Connecting Western Sydney and NSW manufacturers with world class technologies and opportunities.
What is the Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility?
The Advanced Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF) will connect Western Sydney and NSW manufacturers with world class technologies and opportunities, helping businesses to grow and supporting the creation of new high-skilled jobs.
The first offering of its kind in Australia, the AMRF will bring industry and universities together, alongside Australia’s national science agency the CSIRO, to access the latest technologies and research in advanced electronics and manufacturing, including robotics, additives and automation.
The AMRF will be located at Bradfield City Centre, Australia’s newest, greenest, most connected and technologically advanced city. Located at the heart of the Western Parkland City and on the doorstep of the Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport, the AMRF will become the beating heart of a new industry and innovation hub for NSW.
The AMRF offering will come to life in two stages:
Stage one: First Building - Next-Generation Fabrication
Broad advanced manufacturing capabilities to support a range of applications and demonstrate enhanced productivity and quality in manufacturing systems.
Stage two: Full-scale AMRF - Advanced Electronics and Semiconductors
Focused on advanced semiconductor and electronics manufacturing to address sovereign capability needs in defence and aerospace and catalyse growth of emerging industries.