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3D printing for the machine tool industry

Advanced technologies are rapidly changing machine tool production today. Machine tool manufacturers still struggle to adopt the technologies that are suitable for their specific practices, often due to high investment cost, both in equipment and in terms of skills.

LORTEK
17 June 2021

LORTEK is a non-profit private research institute with a strong knowledge and capabilities in materials science, processing, engineering, structural integrity and Digital technologies (artificial vision, data analytics, IIoT, sensors, connectivity, simulation, robotics, etc.) applied to

43.047284325284, -2.1840057839773

Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM
17 May 2021

The Fraunhofer Institute for Physical Measurement Techniques IPM develops tailor-made measuring techniques and systems for industry. Many years of experience with optical technologies form the basis for high-tech solutions in the fields of production control, object and shape detection, gas and

48.0178406, 7.83061225

Hochschule Mittweida University of Applied Sciences
01 June 2021

Mittweida University is a university of applied sciences in Central Saxony with a strong focus on research and transfer. Founded in 1867 as a technical center, the state university has more than 7.000 students in five faculties and four research focuses.


In the last few years, the university has

50.987236951263, 12.973051133376

MaPS (Manufacturing Processes and Systems) – KU Leuven
18 March 2021

At MaPS (Manufacturing Processes and Systems) in KU Leuven a wide range of innovative manufacturing processes and systems (see below) are investigated in close collaboration with both local and global industry.  State-of-the-art labs, decades of experience with fundamental and applied research

50.861047945815, 4.6809590079054