The Interdisciplinary Center for Advanced Manufacturing Systems (ICAMS) at Auburn University is an important resource for small and medium manufacturers throughout the southeastern United States. Established in 2018, ICAMS offers the equipment, space and expertise to train and educate students and industry personnel in advanced manufacturing technologies. ICAMS’ efforts focus on reducing the barriers inhibiting the introduction of advanced manufacturing systems (e.g, the implementation of Industry 4.0 technologies) in small and medium manufacturing operations.


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The ICAMS Manufacturing Competition objective required that the blades of the submarine propeller rotate on a shaft and that the propeller assembly must be fabricated entirely using one of the most prevalent additive manufacturing processes, fused filament fabrication, using a Prusa 3D printer.

ICAMS hosts first Additive Manufacturing Competition

ICAMS at Auburn University has embarked on a five-year longitudinal smart manufacturing adoption study to understand the current state of technology adoption in these operations that make up 90 percent of the industrial base.

ICAMS embarks on five-year smart manufacturing adoption study

Allan David

David named acting associate dean for research