Funding: Ministry of Economic Development, Labour and Technology
Objective: The project’s primary goal is to support organizations and enterprises in increasing market competitiveness by implementing innovative solutions and the most modern technologies of Industry 4.0..
Specialization of Level 4.0 | Digital Innovation Hub Wrocław is additive manufacturing technologies, industrial automation, technical and management education, cybersecurity, and business innovation..
Coordinator:Wroclaw University of Science and Technology
Duration: 2019 – 2021
Funding: NCBR, Lider, 0071/L-9/2017
Objective: The research conducted as part of the project will allow the development of a system for process control of material processing with a laser beam using chromatic aberration. The system will be implemented in the laser head and demonstrate functionalities that are not available in the methods commonly available on the market. The proposed solution will meet the assumptions of the PRE-IN-POST concept. Before the laser process – it will allow to adjust the position of the laser head nozzle concerning the substrate. It will determine, during the process, the height/depth of the material processing effect with the laser beam without using a reference beam. After the process – it will allow you to draw the front profile of a laser-processed element.
Coordinator:Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT (Germany)
Partners: Wrocław University of Science and Technology is a member of the consortium consisting of 21 organizations. The complete list of consortium participants is provided on the CORDIS Europa website (https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/768775/pl).
Funding: Horyzont 2020 – H2020-FOF-2017, No 768775
Objective: EU SMEs/mid-caps face clear barriers in the uptake of Additive Manufacturing (AM) related to lack of skilled human resources, and lack of access to know-how, equipment, infrastructure and markets. The principal objective of this project is to overcome those barriers and enable the uptake of AM technologies by SMEs/mid-caps leading to the development of innovative business and service models and new value-chain models in a fully digital environment – thus bringing their ideas and business cases to life and making their innovations Additively Manufacturable (AMable).