"Molding the Future of Metal Industries"
One of the strategies to attain the national goals of self-sufficiency and global competitiveness is upgrading of R&D capability. Towards this, MIRDC initiates projects that respond to domestic needs, provide support to other industries, and are expected to find their niches as export winners.
The Center assists metals and engineering enterprises through R&D to come up with improved products, processes and materials and equipment prototypes by offering:
- Engineering Design Services
- Contract Researches
- Joint Researches
- Prototype Development
MIRDC has adequately-equipped technology development centers which seek to translate the fruits of R&D into practical and profitable ventures.
Design and Engineering
The Center's Design, engineering and prototyping capabilities are now ready to match the current technical applications for the development of machineries, parts and engineered products with higher processing power, graphics, memory capacity and multitasking capability which are all vital in displaying and manipulating complex data such as 3D mechanical design, engineering simulation results and mathematical plots as part of engineering analysis and design visualization.
The use of these design softwares allow product visualization and simulation that enable the design engineers and technicians to eliminate common design bottlenects, detect collision among equipment assemblies, or determine stress/strain levels, etc. which are critical to improve design and performance, avoid premature failure, or correct over design factors.