Some references

Who is better placed to explain what Sirris can do for you than our member companies themselves? Here are a few examples from various domains, to show what you can expect from us.

In 2015, Flanders Make and Sirris along with six other partners launched the Interdisciplinary Cooperative Research (ICON) project Amprodchain with a view to building up know-how and providing a proof of concept for the integration of Additive Manufacturing (AM) into manufacturing systems for serial production of customised parts. One of Sirris's contributions was to adopt a structured development approach, from requirements to development through to testing, in which the various partners can develop the modules jointly and in parallel.
To manufacture a metal item using additive manufacturing, a plate needs to be in place where the layers of material will be fitted and then cast. Very specific materials are needed, so as to keep in place the part being manufactured and enable the evacuation of the resulting heat. The design of these materials, which have a decisive effect on the cost price and the quality of the component, used to sometimes prove very complex. But now this is all ancient history thanks to the new methodology developed by Sirris.
Sirris got under the hood of some vintage cars and gave Cebo Automotive a hand finding an invisible protective coating for engine parts.
Sirris conducted accelerated aging tests to map the longevity of Veldeman Structure Solutions' PVC-coated fabrics.
Eurautomat wanted to find an antistatic coating to eliminate electrostatic discharges in its gaming machines, teaming up with Sirris for this purpose.
Vepola Industrial Coatings called in Sirris's Smart Coating Application Lab to develop an innovative smart coating to act as a heat-resistant shield.
Understanding what you already have is a key first step ahead of further improvement and innovation - that was what, thanks to Sirris, beMatrix discovered in working toward the circular economy.
The family business All Events, based in Zedelgem in West Flanders (Belgium), hires out temporary infrastructure solutions for events, such as chalets for Christmas markets and overnight accommodation for festivals. However, it needed to adjust both the design and the product to be able to expand internationally.
Sirris optimizes PlantHive's smart greenhouse concept for mass production.
Sirris and three research partners (including CRM) have developed an easier and more affordable manufacturing process to produce metal/plastic hybrid parts.

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