How can we create better materials? And how to document that the new materials are in compliance with legal requirements? We are investigating these and other questions in a series of innovative efforts within materials technology.
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Whitepaper: Printed electronics
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Is the future green and digital in the life science industry?
New survey maps digitisation and green transition in the life science industry in Denmark in 2020.
Unique design with 3D metal print
Large-scale 3D-print enables unique geometries also in metal printing for both prototypes and in batch production.
Hygienic design is important in new production equipment
When planning or optimising food and pharmaceutical production facilities, hygienic design is a must.
3D printing technology needs new standards
How is the quality for standards of new modes of production, such as 3D printing and Additive manufacturing assured?
LB Altimeters saves time in product development
Focus on standards ensures that product documentation lives up to high customer requirements.
We deliver the highest quality within materials testing for the defense and aerospace industries and has been awarded with an accrediation.
How you can optimise the curing process for epoxy – and ensure the quality of your product
Many companies experience challenges with the quality of the finished product when manufacturing composites and coatings. We have therefore identified a thermal analysis method that ensures optimal curing of epoxy in the manufacturing process, thereby reducing the risk of complaints and recalls of products.
Composites leave traditional materials behind
A longboard made from composites with a lower weight and better riding feel was the result of a case study.