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Lasers for hydrogen technology

Fraunhofer ILT inaugurates new research platform

19-Apr-2022

The success of the energy transition is closely linked to continued research into hydrogen technologies. A major goal of Fraunhofer ILT is to make the fuel cell ready for series production. To this end, the Aachen researchers are setting up a hydrogen laboratory on more than 300 square meters of ...

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Taking the fight to microplastics with lasers

First laser-drilled filter for the filtration of microplastics from wastewater

05-Apr-2022

Until now, wastewater treatment plants have not been able to sufficiently filter out tiny microplastics in wastewater, but this could soon change: The first laser-drilled microplastic filter is being tested in a wastewater treatment plant. It contains sheets with extremely small holes just 10 ...

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Laser technology supports the path to printed electronic diversity

01-Apr-2019

In recent years, the demands placed on component-integrated electronics have risen so sharply in many industries that they can often no longer be met with conventional electronic components. As an alternative, printed electronics is on the advance. At the Hanover Fair from April 1 to 5, 2019, ...

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Producing polymer structures faster – two processes in one machine

08-Feb-2019

Either fast or precise – both cannot be achieved in the production of the finest polymer structures with the laser. Or maybe they can? Combining stereolithography and multiphoton polymerization should make it possible: Scientists at the Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT are developing ...

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Electron spectrometer deciphers quantum mechanical effects

09-Jul-2018

Electronic circuits are miniaturized to such an extent that quantum mechanical effects become noticeable. Using photoelectron spectrometers, solid-state physicists and material developers can discover more about such electron-based processes. Fraunhofer researchers have helped revolutionize this ...

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Environmentally friendly alternative to prohibited hard chrome plating using chromium(VI)

16-Aug-2017

The strict conditions on the use of chromium(VI) for corrosion and wear protection coatings, which will take effect in the EU in September 2017, hit the manufacturers of highly stressed metal components particularly hard. One such company is IHC Vremac Cylinders B.V. in the Dutch city of ...

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Laser process simulation available as app for first time

23-Nov-2015

In laser material processing, the simulation of processes has made great strides over the past few years. Today, the software can predict relatively well what will happen on the workpiece. Unfortunately, it is also highly complex and requires a lot of computing time. Thanks to clever ...

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Battery Production: Laser Light instead of Oven-Drying and Vacuum Technology

06-Oct-2015

In the truest sense, it’s all about watts at the Dresden-based Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS and the Aachen-based Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology ILT. The joint project “DRYLAS - Laser-based Drying of Battery Electrode Slurries” focusses on the ...

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Short Laser Pulses for Material Deposition with Cold Spray Technology

17-Apr-2015

In a new EU-funded project, ultra-short laser pulses modify material surfaces so that metal powder from a cold gas jet can adhere more easily. With Cold Spray Technology, coating lightweight materials such as plastics or carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) becomes significantly simpler. The EU ...

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New industrial research technique for analyzing gallium nitride on the nanometer scale

11-Nov-2014

Gallium nitride is difficult to produce and difficult to handle – and the key to the development of blue LEDs, which won this year’s Nobel Prize in Physics. The award went to three Japanese researchers who were the first to produce high-quality gallium nitride (GaN) layers and put them into ...

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