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Lab interior view - New materials, manufacturing methods and specific production processes take centre stage Show image information

Lab interior view - New materials, manufacturing methods and specific production processes take centre stage

Photo: Photo Pietrek / Design Dohmeier-Fischer, UPB

Technical Centre - Metallography - Chemistry Laboratories - Nanoanalytics

Everything under one umbrella...

The technical centre within the Y-building at Mersinweg offers state-of-the-art equipment for the production and testing of components in around 2000 square metres of space.

This includes machines for metal, plastic and hybrid material processing, which are used in the casting, in the injection moulding area and the processing area for fibre-reinforced plastic composites (FRP). In the spring of 2022, an eleven-metre high press at the hall´s centre will complete the metal process chain (PC). But the additive manufacturing plants also are a key part of the technical infrastructure. In 2020 they were expanded with metal powder production plants. The testing of components and samples takes place directly in the areas provided for this purpose. This facilitates the manufacturing process and saves time. Special attention is paid to the integrated workshop. Here, among other things, the 5-axis milling centre Ultrasonic 85, offers the possibility of manufacturing and processing workpieces directly on-site. It is also suitable for CFRP processing.

In the immediate vicinity, with visual contact to the technical hall, is the laboratory area for electrochemical tests, hardness tests and chemical synthesis.  The adjacent analytical laboratories are equipped with modern devices for nanostructuring, microscopy and spectroscopy as well as characterisation. 

However, the space in the Y-building does not offer enough room for all the equipment and laboratories of the ILH research groups. Further machines and equipment are operated in neighbouring buildings on the campus of the Paderborn University and used for research at the ILH. However, the space in the Y-building does not offer enough room for all the equipment and laboratories of the ILH research groups. Further machines and equipment are operated in neighbouring buildings on the campus of the Paderborn University and used for research at the ILH.

  • Schleifen
  • Polieren
  • Ätzen
  • Mikroskopie
  • Härteprüfung

Ansprechpartner: Jan Tobias Krüger

Weitere Informationen

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The laboratories of Coatings, Materials & Polymers are also located in the Y-building. Here  you can find detailed information. The contact person is Manuel Traut.

 

For enquiries related to the extensive equipment for surface characterisation please contact Dr. Christoph Ebbert (Technical Macoromolecular Chemistry).

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