The aim is to develop a new process of hydroforming, where selective laser heating facilitates deformations of hybrid parts made of workpieces of different strengths.
The aim is to make the new composite material wood/ plastic lighter and more attractive to the market by developing new recipes where foaming agents are included and develop a new mould construction for the process.
Development of environment friendly diverse cargo ship types, ecological construction processess, technological and business risk management models and cost effective polish/ swedish infrastructure.
By a systematic study of the relations between coating characteristics/their performance on forming tools,optimised coatings will be developed to enhance the reliability and technical possibilities of cold forming processes.
Aims to develop a class of new mortars based on mortar 'portland + inert' and combined to different kinds of resins polymerising 'in situ' with improvement of some mechanical characteristics of concretes.
The aim is to understand the behaviour of filled thermoplastics during injection moulding process in order to be able to enlarge the use of thermoplastics in car parts from bodywork to structural design.
Development of know-how for innovative vehicles with high safety and ecocompatibility levels.
Development of a breakthrough laser cutting system for thin metal sheet replacing standard punching techniques. The foreseen development requires the achievement of very high cutting speed (up to 100 m/min) and advanced control concepts.
Development of new thermoplastic honeycomb sandwich core materials and their production process. The innovative new folded honeycomb core enables a fast core production from a thermoplastic sheet.
The development of a mobile self-erecting tower crane, which excels with high load capabilities and a high performance all-terrain base. The crane will be equipped with advanced control systems for automation and an anti-sway control system.