Niels Janson

Graduation:
B.Sc.
Function:
Technical employee for software and hardware development
Phone:
+49 (0)511 279 76-225
E-Mail:
n.janson@iph-hannover.de
vCard:
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Publications

Additive manufacturing allows components to be manufactured flexibly. This manufacturing process is particularly suitable for products with a unique character. In the production of large components, which have previously been manufactured by casting, this offers the advantages of greater flexibility in design and the elimination of the need to build molds that are only used once for unique items. To manufacture large components additively, a consortium of five companies is developing a new 3D printer for XXL products. For quality assurance, IPH - Institut für Integrierte Produktion Hannover has implemented two monitoring systems. These capture the geometry using three laser line scanners and regulate the manufacturing process during printing using two different software systems.

XXL products, large components, additive manufacturing, 3D printing, quality control

Research projects