Stam

STAM s.r.l. is a private engineering company, with a staff of more than 15 people, and based in Genoa, Italy. The main mission of the company is to provide engineering services to industries.

Since its establishment in 1997, the company has been specializing in design and manufacturing of innovative mechanical systems, based on conventional and non-conventional robotics and mechatronics. STAM invests a significant part of its turnover in R&D thus providing their customers with most qualified and edging competencies to drive development based on availability and affordability of technological trends. It is one of the industrial partners of the Italian Institute of Technology in the development of a robotic joint for humanoid applications (I-Cub).


STAM has been collaborating with the European Space Agency since 1999, both as technology provider and in Technology Transfer.


STAM has also developed a strong experience in working with the funding instruments of the European Commission under FP5, FP6, FP7, Eureka and ERA-Net frameworks, being involved in more than 50 Projects over the last 15 years, in the fields of: automation, mechatronics, adaptive production equipment, high precision manufacturing technologies, new materials and energy. The Company performs all stages of the product design cycle, from conception through validation with CAD and FEA tools, to component and subsystem design and specification, down to the definition of tools, and production cycles.

STAM is the one of end-user of the project and owner of the Nugear technology. The Nugear was born for space applications (the only ones that could afford the high manufacturing cost), but in the last years has been subject of the Technology Transfer Programme of the European Space Agency, in order to explore a potential application in robotics.

STAM is strongly motivated to work on Additive Manufacturing technologies to produce the Nugear, in order to solve the bottleneck of its commercial exploitation, currently related to its cost.

Project Coordinator

SINTEF Digital
Dr. Tor Dokken

 

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