EMPIR project 'Multifunctional ultrafast microprobes for on-the-machine results' (17IND05, MicroProbes) is working to develop tactile microprobes and their industrial use for material surface requirements such as roughness, elasticity and contamination. By integrating such devices into the manufacturing process, in-line product inspection could be 30 times faster compared to off-line methods; production-line efficiency and waste reduction through improved quality control therefore delivers direct economic and environmental benefits.
The workshop (3 June, 15:00 - 18:00)
Results from the project will be presented at the Euspen 19th International Conference and Exhibition, where the project consortium is hosting a workshop entitled Multifunctional ultrafast micro-probes for on-the-machine measurements.
The conference (3 - 7 June)
Euspen's international conference and exhibition provides a leading forum for industrialists and academics to review the best of world-wide industrial innovation, progressive research and technology developments. Topics to be covered include:
- Measuring Instruments and Machine Tools: Design and Performance
- Mechatronics and Control
- Advances in Precision Engineering and Nanotechnologies
- Mechanical Manufacturing Processes
- Non-Mechanical Manufacturing Processes
- Replication and Additive Manufacturing
- Applications of Precision Engineering in Biomedical Sciences
- Handling, Robotics and Automation
- Industry 4.0 for Precision Manufacturing
- Precision Design in Large Scale Applications Registration
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