Harry Felton MEng
Harry is in the 1st year of his PhD studies having started in September 2018 within the DMF group. His focus is on using additive manufacturing (AM) for use with virtual-physical twinning.
Harry has previously completed a year-long placement at Rolls-Royce Plc investigating the use of additive manufacturing for aerospace engines, and graduated from his Aerospace Engineering MEng degree at the University of Bristol in July 2018. He has also been the University of Bristol’s Formula Student team’s Team Principal and retains an advisory involvement.
Outside of the office Harry is a keen motorsports and football fan, and enjoys travelling.
- Additive manufacturing (with a focus on metallics)
- Manufacturing systems
- Virtual-physical twinning
Harry’s main research areas are:
- Hybrid manufacturing (additive couple with subtractive manufacturing) on the Make: By Twinning project.
- Low cost, high accessbility manufacturing systems and tool kits
- Our New Digital Manufacturing Lab is Open! - Our new Digital Manufacturing lab is officially open! Contained within the Queen's Building at the University of Bristol, the new Digital Manufacturing lab is home to several research groups looking into the future of manufacturing and manufacturing systems. Undergraduates, postgraduates and post-doctorate researchers all share the space to progress their… Read More
- Digital Twinning and Additive Manufacturing - I've started work on my first sprint looking at coupling additive and subtractive manufacturing (termed hybrid manufacturing) for use within digital twinning. Using the research group's new lab space - the digital manufacturing lab at the University of Bristol - I'm going to be investigating the machining of FDM produced… Read More