Access to facilities

Pricing guidelines of ANFF equipment and staff time.

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Access and Pricing

Pricing guidelines of ANFF equipment and staff time are listed in the Access and Pricing Policy – further discussion with Nodes will be needed to incorporate other costs of a project such as material costs. This document also includes some of the overarching terms and conditions of accessing ANFF.

It is worth discussing pricing options for large or ongoing projects as the nodes may also offer incentives or discounts.

Working within ANFF guidelines, each of the Nodes set their own pricing structures. These are collated in the ANFF Access and Pricing Policy, but further details and the latest information is available from the Node itself.

There are site-specific policies that dictate how matters such as training assessments, the introduction of new materials, and the handling of dangerous goods to ensure easy and safe access for all users.

House rules

ANFF’s policies ensure easy, open access to ANFF sites across the country, including the preservation of your IP. Talk to your local Node about their policies for the specific details at each site.

Acknowledging ANFF

In order to monitor ANFF’s impact, it is essential that our users acknowledge us in any publications that arise from work that was enabled by ANFF.

Please acknowledge ANFF in research papers using the following text:
“This work used the [NODE] node of the NCRIS-enabled Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF).”

Access Pathways

There are two primary pathways in which work can be conducted within ANFF facilities – direct access, or fee for service. Both allow our clients to harness the incredible expertise of ANFF’s 100+ engineers, whether it’s for on-tool training or fabrication consultancy.

It all starts with a conversation with us, select an option below to either find out more, or get in touch.

Find an expert or contact our Client Engagement Facilitators to start your interaction with ANFF.