The Technology Station in Clothing and Textiles (TSCT) is located at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology (CPUT), Bellville Campus. The TSCT was established to provide innovation support to SMEs in the clothing and textile industry to become more competitive.

The Technology Station for Materials and Processing Technologies (TSMPT) is located at the Vaal University of Technology (VUT) Southern Gauteng Science and Technology Park in Sebokeng. It forms part of the VUT's Technology Transfer and Innovation Directorate. As such, it is supported by an

The Institutes of Advanced Tooling (IAT) –  Stellenbosch University (SU) vision is to work towards a national effort to build the innovation capacity of the South African tooling industry. The IAT works with companies aiming to improve their competitive position towards domestic and international

The Institute for Advanced Tooling (IAT) is based at the Tshwane University of Technology (TUT), Soshanguve South Campus.
IAT-TUT key objectives are to:

  • Improve the competitiveness of SMEs in the tooling industry through the growing of highly skilled and educated workers with challenging jobs

The Institutes for Advanced Tooling (IATs) are positioned to be occupational centres of excellence for Skills Development Technology Transfer and Diffusion to accelerate the country's growth in the Tool, Die & Mould (TDM) making sector (Tooling sector), through the core business of promoting

Medical 3D Printing Pipeline

The University of Cape Town's (UCT) Division of Biomedical Engineering (UCT BME) strives to create cost-effective designs and use innovative materials to ‘3D print’ medical devices, especially with the aim of solving unmet clinical needs identified. UCT has the...