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Laboratorium for Manufacturing Technology

Street: Holstenhofweg 85
Zip-Code: 22043
City: Hamburg
Website: www.hsu-hh.de

Long Discription:

The Laboratory for Manufacturing Technology (LaFT) is part of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the Helmut Schmidt University of Hamburg. Since 2001 the LaFT is headed by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jens Wulfsberg. In cooperation with numerous scientific and industrial partners the LaFT develops innovative solutions, products, methods and new technologies in the fields of: micro production, robotics and automation and value creation typologies and systematics. Within these fields, research projects are focusing on basic research as well as the development of applications for the industrial sector. The LaFT consists of a cross-disciplinary team of young scientists coming from very different backgrounds. We see ourselves as a partner for local, national and international industrial companies taking their specific needs and environment into account.

Products + Services:

  • Knowledge- and cooperation management 
  • Innovation management 
  • Methodology for the development of small machine tools 
  • Manufactoring concepts for micro technologies 
  • Automated product application 
  • Production planning/Technology valuation

Wertschöpfungs­stufen

Produktdesign
Prozesssimulation
Herstellungsverfahren
Produktionssysteme
Montage- und Fügetechnik
Aus- und Weiterbildung
Wiederaufbereitung
Dienstleistungen

Branchen

Luftfahrt
Luftfahrt
Automobilbau
Automobilbau

Competence Description:

The LaFT has three key competences: Micro production, Robotics and automation and value creation typologies and systematics.

Micro production: 

  • Micro manufactoring
  • Methodology for the development of small machine tools
  • Machine tool components for manufacturing micro parts 

Robotics and automation:

  • Production planning
  • Automation
  • Bonding techniques

Value creation typologies and systematics:

  • Value creation typologies
  • Change management
  • Value creation theory
  • Transformation of the economic environment

Keywords:

  • Micro production
  • Robotics and automation
  • Value creation typologies and systematics
  • Cooperation management
  • Innovation management