Institute for Machine Elements, Engineering Design and Manufacturing

Welcome to the new sites of the Institute for Machine Elements, Engineering Design and Manufacturing at the Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg.

Bild von Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias KroegerBild von Prof. Dr.-Ing.Henning Zeidler


Additively manufactured component from apricot kernel flour.
Small and medium-sized companies on site supply renewable raw materials or residues from production to the laboratory for sustainable 3D printing. A short time later, they receive a product made out of it as a workpiece or a valuable item. … weiterlesen

participants of the course
3 universities, 1 online course – and a special practical task: How can manufacturing planning for additive manufacturing be taught together if each partner university has a different additive manufacturing technology? … weiterlesen

An additive manufactured Hairpin traction motor
Just three months after its founding, 3D Printing Start-up Additive Drives completes a seven-figure seed investment. The financing from Munich-based investor AM Ventures Holding GmbH is intended to further advance the market launch of additive-manufactured electric motor components. … weiterlesen

An additively manufactured Hairpin traction motor.
Using a new 3D printing process, four spin-offs of the EXIST research transfer "Additive Drives" at the TU Freiberg are increasing the performance and efficiency of current electric machines. The main focus is on the copper coil. … weiterlesen

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