What if plastics were no longer thrown away, but instead processed and recycled directly with a 3D printer? To make this possible, a new research area has been created at IPH to explore additive plastics recycling. Take a look at the video tour!
Hannover, 02. February 2021
Sealing concept against tinsel burr
Flitter burr occurs during the forging of aluminum components when material flows into gaps in the die. To prevent this, we are developing a sealing concept for forging tools in a research project with Otto Fuchs KG.
Hannover/Berlin, 17. July 2020
Wind energy: standardised disassembly
How to disassemble and recycle wind turbines sustainably? For the first time, DIN SPEC 4866 defines standards. A consortium of 25 experts has developed the document – and we at IPH have provided the impetus with our research.
Hannover/Stuttgart, 06. February 2020
Share machines instead of deleting jobs
Order fluctuations are a particular burden on medium-sized companies. If orders decline, they have to cut jobs or introduce short-time working. The alternative: rent out machine capacities! We are investigating how this can work together with the IPRI.
Hannover, 06. August 2019
Sustainability at IPH
Saving energy and resources is the goal of many of our research projects – and our corporate goal. Therefore, we have got a solar system installed on top of the roof of IPH. Read about what else do we do for the protection of the environment.
Hannover, 01. June 2017
Science meets industry
In order to transfer scientific knowledge to industry, the IPH cooperates closely with companies. We offer comprehensive consulting and individual, often unconventional solutions. Please do not hesitate to contact us!
IPH: We perform research and develepment in production engineering
We offer solution-oriented research of practical relevance for production technology, with its focus on process technology, automated production, and logistics.