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ENgineering COMPASS (ENCOMPASS)

Start date: Oct 1, 2016, End date: Sep 30, 2019,

The ENCOMPASS project principally aims to create a fully digital integrated design decision support (IDDS) system to cover the whole manufacturing chain for a laser powder bed fusion (L-PBF) process encompassing all individual processes within in. The ENCOMPASS concept takes a comprehensive view of the L-PBF process chain through synergising and optimising the key stages. The integration at digita ...
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The OPENHYBRID project will overcome the technical and commercial barriers of current hybrid manufacturing systems to deliver a single manufacturing system capable of undertaking a wider range of processes in a seamless automated operation. The new system will offer unrivalled flexibility in terms of materials, including the ability to switch between powder and wire feed-stock within a single part ...
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Large Additive Subtractive Integrated Modular Machine (LASIMM)

Start date: Oct 1, 2016, End date: Sep 30, 2019,

The LASIMM project aim is to develop a large scale flexible hybrid additive/subtractive machine based on a modular architecture which is easily scalable. The machine will feature capabilities for additive manufacture, machining, cold-work, metrology and inspection that will provide the optimum solution for the hybrid manufacturing of large engineering parts of high integrity, with cost benefits of ...
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... ubmitted to the Erasmus+ National Agency in the UK, arises fromthe fact that there is a lack of qualified personnel on the car body repair sector. Following a report from Boston Consulting Group,"The European Aftermarket Landscape", which says that "the total market volume for the five analyzed focus markets (Germany,France, Great Britain, Spain and Poland) is approximately 115 billion euros", it ...
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State-of-the-art fibre-delivered laser sources are an industrially accepted tool for performing a range of materials processing applications. Despite the unrivalled capability of fibre-delivered laser sources to perform a wide range of processes, the potential flexibility of the laser source is limited by the need to change the processing head for these processes to be performed. The majority of i ...
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The total EU electronics industry employs ≈20.5 million people, sales exceeding €1 trillion and includes 396,000 SMEs. It is a major contributor to EU GDP and its size continues to grow fueled by demand from consumers to many industries. Despite its many positive impacts, the industry also faces some challenges connected with the enormous quantity of raw materials that it needs for sustainability, ...
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... ave made their way to Europe either escaping conflict and serious threats in their country or in search of better economic prospects. The current influx of refugees and other migrants is a common European challenge affecting every country, including Turkey. Some countries are exceptions like Germany, Greece and Italy with huge numbers arriving, Portugal wishing to get more refugees and Turkey serv ...
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... s between national qualifications in the field of welding fabrication thus contributing to the improvement of mobility of welding professionals in Europe and sustaining the competitiveness of Eastern European countries on the market. The mentioned goals are going to be reached by organizing 2 pilot training courses containing the mentioned subjects in 2 of the consortium countries, 1 in each count ...
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... ent systems in the company must have an updated knowledge and the necessary expertise to fulfill their tasks. These competencies should be achieved only in the frame of harmonised training courses at European level, which until now does not exist.The HSE Joining project intends to help solve this situation by developing a harmonised curriculum for training in joining, adjusted to the market (emplo ...
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The main aim of Let’s Make It Happen – a Shift into Learning Outcomes in the Welding Sector / MAKE IT project, set to address the Manufacturing & Engineering sector, is to develop a European sector-oriented qualification system through the exchange among EU partners of an innovative training curriculum.The curriculum is designed for an intermediate level of qualification named “Welding Practitione ...
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... engthen of their economical competitivness.SM Weld overall goal is to implement the International System for Higher Education and practical Qualification of Welding Personnel based on the harmonised European System for Welding. The SM Weld objectives:(i) Academic level: MSc specialization in Welding and Coordinatation of the IWE/IWT education(ii) Welding personnel: Implement and Coordinate acti ...
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... or repairing processes. This will be done by developing an harmonized training course of personnel involved in this activities, focusing not only in large enterprises but also in SMEs in different European countries, and to review and update the European Adhesive Bonder, Specialist and Engineer profiles. This objective will be achieved through the definition of educational materials for the train ...
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To produce a microbond in specific quality conditions, the bonding personnel should be very well trained to operate specific machines. Due to that, the aim of MICROBOND project is to develop new innovative toolkit dedicated to the training for qualification of bonding processes personnel. The toolkit will address 3 bonding technologies (Eutectic Bonding, Thermosonic Bonding and Adhesive Bonding) w ...
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Welding is your chance

Start date: Sep 1, 2016, End date: Aug 31, 2018,

Shortage of welders at European and world labor market, perception of welding as a “dirty” job that negatively influences young people when choosing their future profession and lack of uniformity of welder competence depending on the country of origin for one and the same welding process were foundations and starting points for this project.The main goal of the project is improvement of educationa ...
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JOINing of copper to aluminium by ElectroMagnetic fields (JOIN-EM)

Start date: Sep 1, 2015, End date: Aug 31, 2018,

Global trends force industry to manufacture lighter, safer, more environmentally-friendly, more performant, and cheaper products. Due to its excellent thermal and electrical conductivity, copper is widely used in heating and cooling equipment and electrical devices. The rising demand caused the copper price to increase significantly.Solving the conflict between the technological benefits arising f ...
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Relating International qualifications to EQF – the Welding case

Start date: Jul 1, 2016, End date: Jun 30, 2018,

The RAINBOW project has the aim of relating International qualifications to EQF in the Welding sector by addressing all European Welding Qualifications - EW/Welder (EW fillet , EW plate, EW tube for different processes (SMAW; MIG/MAG; FCAW,TIG;Oxigas) and materials (steel and aluminium), EWP/Practitioner, EWS/Specialist, EWT/Technologist and EWE/Engineer .The project will develop potential criteri ...
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Real-time dynamic control system for laser welding (RADICLE)

Start date: Feb 1, 2015, End date: Jan 31, 2018,

RADICLE aims to create a real-time dynamic control system for laser welding using a combination of (application specific) sensors in combination with intelligent and predictive control technologies for in-process monitoring and control to minimize/eliminate defects for a range of materials and geometries for both aerospace, automotive and other applications. The control system will include pre- an ...
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... rom EQF level 4 to level 5 and 6 with corresponding credit points ) focused on identified areas of skills shortage which are not (yet) covered by related policies. Cooperation and discussion with European and national policy makers, European actors of VET and HE should help filling that gaps in the qualifications landscape; good practices, trans-national cooperation and mutual learning can be main ...
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Health and Safety in Electromagnetic Fields in Welding

Start date: Dec 1, 2015, End date: Nov 30, 2017,

... ed personnel in this area will increase considerably in the following years. AIMS & OBJECTIVES: The project aims at avoiding unfulfillment of the stipulated mandatory limit values of the Directive by European companies. This will be done by developing an harmonized training course of personnel involved in the risk assessment of EMF in industry, focusing not only in large enterprises but also in SM ...
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Transparency of credit allocation in VET and HE in Manufacturing

Start date: Sep 1, 2015, End date: Aug 31, 2017,

REASON FOR THE PROJECT: With the new priority of the European Commission of bringing manufacturing back to Europe their will be a huge need for qualified personnel. Also, the EC has identified advanced manufacturing as key for this "re-manufacturing" of Europe. This will require that VET providers and HE Institutes work together to answer the needs from industry. In order to allow this collaborat ...
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Harmonized Laser Technology Training across Europe

Start date: Sep 1, 2015, End date: Aug 31, 2017,

REASON FOR THE PROJECT: The increasing need for developing new technologies, that allow the production of new items, characterized by higher quality level and performance, results in a high need for personnel capable of using advanced manufacturing processes for new materials, with a longer lifetime. This projects supports EU polices of free movement of personnel providing equal training backgroun ...
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... liers and industrial users. 14 LEAs are included at project start and 8-12 additional LEAs added through a competitive call. LASHARE will focus on SMEs enabling them to create new products to benefit European industry. In total, more than 30 SME partners will benefit from FP7-FOF support, expertise from research centres, and the direct collaboration with industrial users that will create trust and ...
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The global production of steel is in the range of 1400M tons, worth nearly €1trillion. The steel demand in Europe in 2011 was estimated to be 145M tons, of which 39M tons p.a. for the construction sector and 16M tons p.a. for structural steel. Most of this steel is carbon or mild steel (as opposed to stainless steel) which corrodes at a high rate and although there are a significant number of anti ...
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... ized training course adjusted to market (employment) requirements allowing a perfect match between job seeke AIMS & OBJECTIVES: The project aims at avoiding unfulfillment of mandatory EN standards by European metal working companies. This will be done by developing an harmonized curriculum for personnel involved in the implementation of the EN 1090 in industry, focusing not only in large enterpris ...
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... s. These video performances can serve as electronic attachments to certificates that are obtained by individuals or further documentation of skills of individual’s performance attached to their European CV. This is great value added to teaching and learning, certification and individual career development in professional fields where practical performance is impossible or difficult to document. Th ...
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... ransport sector.Flexi-Fab will deliver significant benefits to the metal working and fabrication industry by providing a cost-effective method of fabricating aluminium structures that will enable:• European fabricators, metal-workers and welding companies to effectively compete in the growing use of aluminium alloys for use in the light-weight transport sector.• Capitalising on the increasing pres ...
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... ders with high recognized expertise in education and training in joining technologies: Romanian Welding Society (ASR), RO as Co-ordinator, The Italian Institute for Welding Ente Morale (IIS), IT, European Federation for Welding (EWF), BE, The Institute for Welding and Quality (ISQ), PT, and The Institute for Welding Technology (ISPL), PL. The objectives: 1. Specific activities to create the traini ...
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TAILORed Energy Distributions for Laser WELDing (TailorWeld)

Start date: Nov 1, 2013, End date: Jul 31, 2016,

... er welding equipment has grown 50% since 2004, and was worth €1.1 Billion in 2011. The market is expected to grow a further 6% in 2012, and approximately 50% of revenues are generated from sales to European manufacturers. The large increase in uptake observed since 2004 has primarily been driven by recent developments in solid-state laser technology leading to the commercial availability of fibre ...
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Diffusion bonding offers a number of advantages to a wide range of industry sectors and applications, particularly where there is a need to join dissimilar materials. The main advantage of diffusion bonding is that, unlike welding, it is not a 'fusion' process – it is a solid state process and the parent materials to be joined do not need to be melted. This makes diffusion bonding an ideal solutio ...
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... interactive web based software application to calculate and assess electromagnetic fields (EMF) exposure in metal fabrication, particularly welding [EMFWELD] and non-destructive testing (NDT). The European fabrication industry is required to ensure that workers exposure to EMF is minimised and below the levels set out by the forthcoming European Commission’s Physical Agents EMF Directive 2004/4 ...
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Plastics pipes offer significant advantages over other materials such as cast iron, steel, copper and concrete, for the transportation of fluids such as natural gas, water, effluent and corrosive liquids. They do not corrode; have a longer predicted service life, leading to less frequent replacement; they are less expensive to install due to their light weight and flexibility; and have significant ...
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... and coastal waters of Europe as follows: §In 2004, the total amount of oil and oil products transported by sea reached the two billion-tonne/year mark (more than 40 % of total maritime traffic). The European Union accounts for 27 % of this traffic, with 90 % of Europe’s oil arriving by sea. •Over 2.5 billion tonnes of oil is used around the world every year, and 3 million tonnes is discharged ever ...
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... ct, as originally specified in its proposal, which aims to harmonize the training of personnel involved in the management and control of welding process in the industrial manufacturers across various European countries, one of the needs of business, implementation and application of EN ISO 3834. Once the project and prepared the various manuals to be used, these must be transferred to the differen ...
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... n each country differ from country to country as some are technologically more advanced than others, promoting the creation of differences between industrial sectors working in these areas within the European region. This situation is disadvantageous in today's competitive market, leading to the creation of barriers to the mobility of professionals in Europe. Disables not only a higher number of q ...
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The European welding fabrication industry has just over 1.9 million employees directly or indirectly linked with welding. Welding is the most important fabrication technique used in manufacturing. A failure in a weld can lead to disastrous consequences (e.g. piper alpha platform, rail accidents). The effort to assure that welding is performed with proper quality is clear from the amount of Standar ...
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... ns.The main impact resulting from this project was an increased awareness of the students regarding the existence of a Harmonised Welding Qualification System, which diplomas are recognized in 29 European countries. The image of welding as a "cool", "clever" and "clean" technology was also expected to be improved with this project running.
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... turing technologies, through thesupport of EUROWELD project, the EWF coordinated the development of Harmonised guidelines fordifferent categories of welding personnel. These are now operational in 29 European countries but thefinal training exam procedure needs to be harmonised and fully implemented at a European level.Therefore, the aim of this project is to support the implementation of an onlin ...
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The education and also training of welders and welding specialists play an important role in quality assurance in all areas of industry where welding technology is applied. Recently new very modern tool for the training of welders skill using virtual training environment (simulator) have appeared on the market. This sophisticated tool precisely simulate welding conditions at either MMAW (manual me ...
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The project was looking to implement and improve distance learning for welding education in Hungary and Croatia.By implementing and translating an interactive and stimulating tool, the project has a lasting impact in Vocational Education and Training in both target countries.The tool is assisting in ensuring the high degree of technical quality that the EWF harmonised system of training and qualif ...
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Reasons:Spreading of the certification scheme to other countries is most certainly a joint interest of the European market. For its development and competitiveness, the Slovenian metal-working industry requires qualified personnel holding relevant international certificates. Regular schooling does not provide welding engineers, technologists and foremen; therefore, it is most important to promote ...
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