Open House Advanced Manufacturing
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Advanced Manufacturing Open House

After not being allowed to receive visitors for two years, it is high time to throw our doors open once more and demonstrate the latest developments in advanced manufacturing. What do we have in store for you? Cobots that polish and sand, self-propelled vehicles able to perform logistical tasks, machining tools that use sensors to assess tool wear, new software systems that transform a classic workshop into a '4.0 environment', lasers that endow a particular property to a surface.

Not having been allowed to receive visitors in recent years does not mean that technological developments have not come to a standstill too. A brief overview of what there is to discover about the technological developments in Advanced Manufacturing in our workshop:

  • Polishing, sanding and deburring robots (within the scope of the COOCK project¬†COBOFIN)
  • Self-propelled platforms (within the scope of the European¬†Trinity project)
  • Intelligent solutions for machining tools (in cooperation with Schunk)
  • Model-based processing as a stepping stone to digitalised machining (within the scope of the COOCK project Model-based processing)
  • Connected production environment (in cooperation with Reniver)
  • Intelligent processing tools
  • Functionally textured surfaces for new generation components (within the scope of the COOCK project Surfacescript)

The above and more will be on display throughout our 'Open House' afternoon. More information about this Masterclass and the detailed programme is available in our blog.

In addition, our Sirris experts will be more than happy to exchange ideas about your concrete application.

Date

13 September 2022 13:00 - 18:00

Location

Sirris - Wetenschapspark 9
3590 Diepenbeek
Belgium

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Price

participation is free, but registration is required

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Date

13 September 2022 13:00 - 18:00

Location

Sirris - Wetenschapspark 9
3590 Diepenbeek
Belgium

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Price

participation is free, but registration is required