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Low-cost, highly conductive elastomers for printed, flexible electronics [Pre-El-Flex-El]
Duration: 04/01/2021 – 03/31/2023
The aim of the project is to demonstrate that innovative, flexible electronic devices with reliable functionality can be manufactured on the basis of these materials. Different prototypes will be created to demonstrate the functionality on a technical level.
Integrative functional expansion in electrical engineering for the automated production of intelligent insulation systems [INFINITE].
Duration: 11/01/2020 – 10/31/2022
The research objective is to enable a thermoset injection moulding process for the insulation of stators for electric motors. Material advantages and the degrees of freedom of the process are to be used and further innovative functions integrated into the insulation system. By means of MID technologies, additional sensors for monitoring the condition of the drive machine are to be introduced, which will allow targeted machine control during operation. The requirements are to be implemented and validated on a function Demonstrator.
Additive manufacturing for the integration of sensor technology into mechatronic systems
Duration: 04/01/2020 – 03/31/2022
In the PrESens project, technologies and process sequences are developed with which sensor structures can be integrated directly into mechatronic systems by means of additive manufacturing processes. The focus is on the use of innovative printing processes to create functional structures on the individual components of the systems.