Organization

The Centre for Innovative Technologies consists of following laboratories:

1. LABORATORY OF UNCONVENTIONAL MACHINING METHODS,
2. LABORATORY OF MATERIALS AND PRODUCTS,
3. LABORATORY OF MICRODEVICES;

The detailed scope of scientific and R&D tasks undertaken by individual laboratories belonging to the Centre for Innovative Technologies are:

  • research, development and applications in the field of non-conventional, environmental friendly manufacturing technologies, rapid prototyping, rapid manufacturing and reverse engineering techniques, but also in the field of mechatronics and surface engineering,
  • work over the development of innovative products and manufacturing processes such as : manufacturing processes optimization, computer aided manufacturing processes , surface layer technologies development,
  • innovative design solutions development,
  • studies over the properties (especially mechanical, fatigue and tribological) of elements, nodes and assemblies of machines – mainly in the field of elements for aircrafts, but also for the automotive, electrical machinery and agrifood industries.

Within presented topics the following studies are carried out:

  • Studies in the field of materials and products properties:
    • mechanical properties of metals and alloys, in particular strength, fatigue and stress tests,
    • functional properties such as durability, resistance to various types of wear and corrosion resistance of machins parts manufactured by various unconventional methods,
    • tribological properties of various materials and kinematic pairs after bench and operationa testing,
  • Studies in the field of machining treatment:
    • studies over unconventional machining processes in terms of their effectiveness and possibility of industrial implementation,
    • development of new machine elements production technologies, including the ecological aspects,
    • design and development of innovative tools and instruments for industry,
    • studies over experimental modeling, simulation and optimization of manufacturing processes – especially strengthening and machining processes – but also technologies that allows to improve machining performance,
    • studies over the improvement of operational and commercial advantages of industrial products,
  • Studies in the field of ​​computer-aided manufacturing processes:
    • studies over the possibilities of various computer-aided manufacturing processes (design and processing),
    • studies over solid and surface modeling of mechanical assemblies and generation of control programs for CNC machine tools.

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