Singing at the CTO

Hier den Alternativtext zum Bild eingeben!

16th October 2017: Teambuilding - Singtar evening Verena was so kind and organized a further teamevent ...  mehr zu Singing at the CTO (Titel)

Next step in life

Hier den Alternativtext zum Bild eingeben!

24th October 2017: Time to say goodbye Our colleague Paul successfully celebrated ...  mehr zu Next step in life (Titel)

WCCE 2017, Barcelona, Spain

Hier den Alternativtext zum Bild eingeben!

1st-5th October 2017: 10th World Congress of Chemical Engineering, Barcelona, Spain Patricia and Andreas were lucky to attend ...  mehr zu WCCE 2017, Barcelona, Spain (Titel)

Chemie Tage 2017, Salzburg, Austria

Hier den Alternativtext zum Bild eingeben!

25th-28th September 2017: 17th Austrian Chemistry Days, Salzburg, Austria Our institute was well represented at this year’s ...  mehr zu Chemie Tage 2017, Salzburg, Austria (Titel)

PDDG 2017, Toarmina, Italy

Hier den Alternativtext zum Bild eingeben!

3rd-7th Sepember 2017: 32nd Polymer Degradation Discussion Group conference, Toarmina, Italy Our college Sandra visited the ...  mehr zu PDDG 2017, Toarmina, Italy (Titel)


Die folgende Link-Liste enthält oft gesuchte Begriffe in alphabethischer Reihenfolge: Link-Liste nach Häufigkeit sortieren

  1. DiMAP 
  2. Göch Vorträge 
  3. JKU Open Lab 
  4. K-fair 2016 
  5. Projects and Partners 
  6. Recent Activities of CTO 




nextGen3D: Development of 3D printable polyolefines

    In the nextGen3D Project, CTO focuses on the development of 3D-printable polyolefines. The content of the project ranges from analytics of currently available filament types, to tailor made polymers up to the adaption of the printers hard- and software by project partners.
    Currently fused filament fabrication (FFF) for industrial relevant printers is limited to only a few materials. Polyolefines have valuable benefits compared to commercially available materials. They can excell them in point of impact stress, temperature stability, material durability; furthermore they are already in use in a vast number of applications worldwide and highly available at rather low prices.
    Considering material science the analysis are used to gain fundamental knowledge of the materials structure-properties relationship, in order to facilitate the printability of polyolefine grades. Polyolefin filaments are produced by the means of labscale compounding and benchscale polymerisation. These are then processed by an optimized printerhead and the results verfied with suitable testings geometries. The characterisation of printed testgeometries will then be done via optical inspection, impact stress and tensile testing as well as profiling ot the surface structure. Furthermore an inline inspection of the printing process can be realized via thermographical analysis and NIR spectroscopy, so one can gain knowledge about the about the adhesion quality of the layers and the temperature gradient of the surface.

This project is funded by the FFG:



MUL Profactor BMW i-red Hage