IMPT | From research to industry: With the "Magnetic Information Platform", three researchers of the Institute of Micro Production Technology (IMPT) founded their own company, which is sponsored with about 725,000 euros from the EXIST programme.
IFW | How can we face the ever-increasing challenges in the aerospace industry of tomorrow? The "Machining Innovations Conference for Aerospace Industry" taking place on 27 and 28 November 2019 in Garbsen is a unique platform to get informed about the latest trends.
LZH | Today, mobility must be eco-friendly and efficient at a low emission level. The Technology Day on 6 and the Innovation Day on 7 November 2019 at the Laser Zentrum Hannover (LZH) will be showing which mobility concepts for road, air, water and rail vehicles are possible using laser technology.
IFW | One of the highest prizes awarded to young researchers within the field of production engineering goes to Dr.-Ing. Benjamin Bergmann of the Institute of Production Engineering and Machine Tools (IFW).
PZH ǀ On 11 October 2019 starting at 6 p.m., the Campus Maschinenbau in Garbsen will open the doors and invite visitors to explore the new site and spend a night full of technology, games and entertainment with "Friends & Family".
match | Flexible, soft and compliant: These are the attributes of the next generation of robots. The Institute of Assembly Technology (match) pushes the development ahead as the scientific coordinator of the DFG Priority Programme “Soft Material Robotic Systems“ with twelve participating German research groups.
IKK | Manufacturing processes, circular economy and sustainability of bioplastics and biocomposites: These are the research topics of the novel Institute of Plastics and Circular Economy (IKK) headed by Professor Dr.-Ing. Hans-Josef Endres.
IMPT | Classical gas pressure cannot be measured in this way – but the deformation of an elastic membrane. A measurement based on magnetism is possible when hard magnetic particles are embedded in the membrane. This is proved by experiments made at the Institute of Micro Production Technology (IMPT).
ITA | ITA develops an innovative 3D printing process to create conductive tracks directly on component surfaces. The process is transferrable to various substrate materials and types of components and is supposed to be faster and more environmental-friendly than established processes.
LZH | How to gain maximum benefit of Additive Manufacturing? A decisive factor is the construction. Method knowledge for the planning, design and implementation will be shared at the workshop "Konstruktion für die Additive Fertigung" in Hannover on 17 September 2019.
LZH | Since 01 July 2019, Dr.-Ing. Peter Jäschke is heading the Production and Systems Department of the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH). He thus succeeded Dr.-Ing. Oliver Suttmann, who is now working in industry.
LZH |Modern materials give passenger cabins a high safety standard. The only drawback: With conventional life-saving equipment, car body parts often cannot be cut quickly enough in case of an emergency. The solution: an innovative mobile laser device for complex accident scenarios.
IFUM | Undesirable vibrations can be generated by the transfer systems used for the fully automated component transfer between several subsequent forming processes. For this reason, researchers at IFUM are developing a system that minimizes the vibrations occurring during transport, thus increasing the productivity of the forming systems.
LZH | For the LZH, June 2019 is all about the IdeenExpo (Hannover, 15 to 23 June) and the LASER fair (Munich, 24 to 27 June). At the IdeenExpo, lasers will be melting moondust. Afterwards, at the LASER fair, the LZH will be showing, among others, a laser processing head for internal cylindrical structures.