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Institut für Kunststofftechnik FHNW

Your partner to create sustainable, plastic-based product and processes innovations with a focus on high-performance polymers and composites.

Offer: Service classes (11)
Further injection molding
Injection molding thermoplastics
Injection molding thermosets
Joining of plastics
Pressing
Processing of fibre composites
Engineering services
Product development
Topology optimization
Further quality assurance
material testin
Microscopic material analysis
Surface testing
Injection molding tools
Tools for fiber-reinforced plastics
Application development
Contract research and development
Further research and development
Material development
Technology development
CAD, MAS, courses with certificates and diplomas
Education
Further education and training
Training
Further services
Offer: Product classes (4)
Compounding equipment
Equipment for the processing of fibre composites
Equipment plastic welding
Extrusion equipment
Forming presses
Injection molding machines for thermoplastics
Injection molding machines for thermosets
Multicomponent injection molding machines
Material extrusion (FDM, FFF, etc.)
Photo Polymerisation (SLA, PJ, Clip, etc.)
Powder bed processes plastic (SLS, MJF, etc.)
Surface coating
Surface treatment
Additives, pigments, agents
Compounds
Engineering plastics
Fibre composites
Further plastics
High-performance plastic
Semi-finished products
Standard plastics
Contacts (3)
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Prof. Dr. Christian Brauner

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Prof. Dr. Markus C. Grob

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Dr. Christian Rytka

About

We achieve the level of ingenuity required for this by implementing an interdisciplinary approach, fusing together the fields of raw materials, construction and processing. In doing so we approach product development with plastics in a holistic way. Our expertise in the fields of chemistry and analytics, process engineering and structural mechanics blends very well with the surface structuring and functionalisation expertise of the FHNW Institute of Polymer Nanotechnology.

Our Competencies

  • Chemestry and analytics
  • Process engineering
  • Structural mechanics
  • Surface structuring
  • Surface functionalisation
General Information
http://www.fhnw.ch/ikt
Company size
11-50 employees
Founded in
2001
Locations
Windisch, Switzerland
Windisch

Klosterzelgstrasse 2
5210 Windisch

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