Access during COVID-19 crisis
ANFF-SA is open and continues to support the needs of researchers, academics and industry.
In line with State Government requirements, ANFF-SA has implemented a range of measures to protect the health and wellbeing of all South Australians and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
ANFF is reassigning components of its equipment portfolio of 500+ fabrication tools to prioritise work essential to critical COVID-19 operations.
If you are working to fight the COVID-19 crisis, please contact ANFF to see if there’s anything we can do – assistance can be provided.
ANFF is a Government-funded IP neutral environment spread across 20 sites in Australia.
In addition to R&D assistance, we can be used to fill temporary supply gaps for replacement parts using novel 3D printing, laser scanning, laser cutting, CNC micromilling and far more.
If there might be something we can do to help, please contact FightingCOVID@anff.org.au.
If you know someone working in this space, download this flyer and send it on.
An open access facility, ANFF-SA welcomes students and staff from research institutions and industry clients.
ANFF-SA assists on average 200 users each year, some accessing the facility just for a few hours while others use the facility on a regular basis.
If you are looking for support with project feasibility ANFF-SA can help plan the process together with any instrument training you may require. Alternatively you may wish to engage ANFF-SA to perform the work for you.