Nicola Ellis and Andrew Wilson began working with the Superalloys materials science department by invitation of Deputy Director of the Materials Performance Centre and the Nuclear Rolls-Royce University Technology, Professor Michael Preuss in October 2019. Activity to date has included Nicola and Andrew attending cross-departmental PHD and Postdoc research feedback meetings, providing a non- specialist presence to which presenters explained their research and approach. Postdoc students then lead tours of the university departments, and the welding facility was identified as the site of most potential for further study. Andrew and Nicola visited Dr Anastasia Vasileiou, research Fellow in Advanced Nuclear Manufacturing to discuss her research in the university welding labs. Since 2019 Anastasia has joined the Superalloys group and the group is currently investigating how data generated by welding processes can be visualised through alternative means and considered from additional viewpoints. For para-lab report 2022 the superalloys group presents printmaking experiments initiated by the overlap in language between the group members' respective practices. The group also presents small sculptures which translate anomalous data into 3-dimensional objects. The group aims to bring elements of 'behind the scenes' lab and studio activity to the forefront of their para-lab collaboration.