Technologies and Competencies

Technologies

Printing Technologies                         Laser Technologies

 

             ■ Inkjet Printing (sheet fed and robot-assisted)                                    ■ Ultra Short Pulsed Laser Systems             

                               ■ Dispensing (sheet fed and robot-assisted)                                         ■ Process Controlled Laser Systems                               

                 ■ Aerosol-Jet Printing (sheet fed)                                                         ■ Highly Focussed Laser Systems                    

 

 

Competencies

Printing of conductor tracks on sheet metal parts prior and after the forming process and on plastic components

 

  • Printing of insulating as well as conducting paths for cable harnesses
  • Connecting technologies for printed layers and electronic components
  • Printing of refracting and deflacting of optical components
  • Printed piezo-based control panel on metal and plastic
  • Robot printed conductor tracks on 3D objects / free-form parts
  • Laser processes to make trenches on surfaces for printed layers, adhesives, coating as well as for surface pre-treatment  

 

Printing of conductor tracks on / in fiber reinforced polymers (FRP) and lightweight components

 

  • Printed passive deformation sensors for impact detection in FRP
  • Printed heating elements in FRP
  • Technologies for the integration of standard LEDs in FRP
  • Technologies for the integration and polarization of piezoelectric sensors in FRP

 

Technologies for manufacturing of transparent (optical) objects by inkjet printing

 

  • Technology for manufacturing of polymer-based, customized illumination optics by inkjet printing
  • Technology for transmission improvement of inkjet-printed polymer-based optical components
  • Technology for the integration of functionalities (reflection, scattering and absorption of light) in inkjet-printed polymer-based optical components
  • Integration of electronic components (LEDs) via hybrid assembly in inkjet-printed polymer-based optical components