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ambliFibre project

ambliFibre will develop and validate the first intelligent model-based controlled laser-assisted tape winding system for fibre-reinforced thermoplastic (FRP) components

FlexHyJoin project

Multimaterial systems combining metals with thermoplastic fiber reinforced polymer composites (TP-FRPC) are the key for light weight design in the automotive industry.

ComMUnion project – European Commission (Horizon 2020)

The ComMUnion project aims to develop a novel solution for manufacturing productive and cost effective 3D metal/CFRTs multi-material components.

CONFIADIT project

The objective of the CONFIADIT project is the development of a new real-time monitoring and control system for laser additive manufacturing processes adapted to new techniques such as those that use high-speed galvo-scanners to direct the laser spot.

INTEGRADDE project

INTEGRADDE project – Intelligent data-driven pipeline for the manufacturing of certified metal parts through Direct Energy Deposition process

DIMOFAC Project

DIMOFAC project will enable the modularity, adaptability and responsiveness of a production line by the integration of Plug-and-Produce modules in a Closed-Loop Lifecycle Management System, for continuous production adaptation, optimization and improvement, in a fast and flexible manner.

I3LASWELD ensures excellence in laser welding

New Infrared Technologies (NIT), in collaboration with the AIMEN Technology Centre, has developed the I3LASWELD system for the inline quality control of laser welding processes, capable of detecting defects in weld seams in real time and identifying defective parts.

CUSTODIAM Project

CUSTODIAN Project – Customized photonic devices for defectless laser based manufacturing

Innovation Radar Prize 2018

New Infrared Technologies (NIT) has been awarded with the Innovation Radar Prize 2018, category ‘Industrial & Enabling Tech’.

LAMPAS project

LAMpAS technology satisfies the increasing demand for products with novel surface performances at an affordable cost by the combination of high-power ultrashort laser sources in combination with new optical concepts for fast materials processing with minimal heat impact on the work piece.

New Infrared Technologies (NIT) Academiae Dilecta

The ROYAL ACADEMY OF ENGINEERING ackowledges New Infrared Technologies (NIT) with the awar “ACADEMIAE DILECTA”

FLAIR project

FLAIR – FLying ultrA-broadband single-shot Infra-Red sensor (2016)