A FAST process and production system for high-throughput, highly flexible and cost-efficient volume production of miniaturised components made of a wide range of materials

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A FAST process and production system for high-throughput, highly flexible and cost-efficient volume production of miniaturised components made of a wide range of materials

Reducing the consumption of energy, while increasing the usage of renewable energy

General description

Efficient energy use, sometimes simply called energy efficiency, is the goal to reduce the amount of energy required to provide products and services. (from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Efficient_energy_use)


Specifics for Project MICRO-FAST | A FAST process and production system for high-throughput, highly flexible and cost-efficient volume production of miniaturised components made of a wide range of materials

Title A FAST process and production system for high-throughput, highly flexible and cost-efficient volume production of miniaturised components made of a wide range of materials
Description friction coefficient of the tool surfaces.
Organisation THE UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM
 Multiscale modelling methods and the software for the analysis of the Micro-FAST process Result title Multiscale modelling methods and the software for the analysis of the Micro-FAST process
 Powder materials prepared by advanced granulation techniques Result description The focus has been to limit the amount of organics, while at the same time obtaining a stable and free-flowing powder which can be fed to the micro-FAST machine and that avoids dust formation.
 Reducing the consumption of energy, while increasing the usage of renewable energy Taxon title Reducing the consumption of energy, while increasing the usage of renewable energy Taxon description Efficient energy use, sometimes simply called energy efficiency, is the goal to reduce the amount of energy required to provide products and services. Comments The Micro-FAST machine will include the in-line consideration of the energy needs for the specific process steps during their control and scheduling in order to reduce energy wastage and energy consumption