NEWS 13 August 2020

Mikroniek September 2019: Manufacturability

The September issue of Mikroniek features the theme of manufacturability in a very broad sense. Obviously, additive manufacturing (AM) is covered extensively, with a general update, the design of a...

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The September issue of Mikroniek features the theme of manufacturability in a very broad sense. Obviously, additive manufacturing (AM) is covered extensively, with a general update, the design of a PEEK printer and a glass printer, micro-AM and the post-processing and cleaning of printed parts. Other manufacturing technologies are present as well, such as conventional ultra-precise machining, metal etching, casting, water-jet-guided laser cutting, and sensor-based adaptive laser micromachining. To finish off the theme, value engineering and industrialisation are highlighted;  click here for a first impression,


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Design of a retractable imaging…

A novel design of a retractable imaging device that is able to facilitate a fragile image sensor has been developed. Two major design challenges characterise this design project. Firstly, the...

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With precision training to specialist…

Frank de Groot, senior engineer at Tegema, has been awarded the Bronze ECP2 certificate. He achieved this by following a number of courses that have been certified in the ECP2...

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Ir. A. Davidson award 2021

We are happy to announce that DSPE will be awarding the 9th Ir. A. Davidson Award this year.   Unfortunately last year’s award has to be postponed due to COVID,...

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