Mjøs Metallvarefabrikk AS focuses on state-of-the-art technological solutions to ensure competitive and sustainable production of mechanical components and products. This requires sustained focus and continuous development of our own organization and the technological tools and equipment we utilize in production.

To ensure this, we are conducting a number of internal development projects, and participate in extensive development programs with renowned industry partners and research institutions. We also attach great importance to maintaining a close dialogue with relevant educational institutions - both to ensure the recruitment of future employees and to convey the industry's requirements and expectations of the respective educational institutions.

SFI Manufacturing

SFI Manufacturing is an interdisciplinary research center that focuses on increasing competitiveness of Norwegian industry. The center's research is aimed at three main areas:

  • Multi-material products and production processes
  • Robust and flexible automation
  • Sustainable and innovative organizations

Mjøs Metallvarefabrikk AS is one of 14 industry partners in the consortium.

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Revolve NTNU

Every year, students at NTNU, designs, develops and builds a new formula car for the purpose of participating in Formula Student held every summer. Revolve NTNU participates in Formula Student UK, held at the Formula 1 circuit Silverstone in Britain organized by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Formula Student Germany, held at the Hockenheimring and Formula Student Austria, held at Red Bull Ring. The purpose of the competition, is to develop and build a single seater racing car for the non-commercial market. The cars are assessed in a variety of static and dynamic tests, together with financial analysis, environmental aspects, design and sales presentations.

Mjøs Metallvarefabrikk AS has in recent years been sponsoring the Revolve team, through producing various precision components used in the car, including rim centers, cooling blocks for power-pack, etc.

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