„We respond to Czech industry’s demand for innovative solutions.“
The automotive industry, mechanical engineering, air and space technology, the defence industry, and bio-medicine applications. These are the key industries that generate long-term needs for new technological solutions. Those are developed mostly through effective collaboration between research and industry.
Analyses of parts, samples and/or input materials are key not only for effective research, but also for ensuring reliable production and for the detection of the causes of any problems that may occur.
Do conventional manufacturing processes limit you to long delivery times or complex geometries? Whether it is plastics, metals or composites, 3D printing is here for you.
Topological optimisation allows for a more efficient use of materials under mechanical stress and their use only where they are really needed.
Do you need to test a part that you only have on paper so far? With rapid prototyping, you can hold your part in your hand today.
In the field of 3D printing, powder analyses are a necessity for new materials and suppliers, as well as a welcome standard while maintaining high-quality production.
Numerical simulations allow for the virtual modelling of parts, assemblies, and production processes. In this way, we can optimise performance or prevent operational failures.
The development of surface treatments, systems and technologies connected with surface application and pre-treatment enables manufacturers to create coatings with special or completely unique properties.
Proper production diagnostics or the determination of the causes of a part’s failure allows for quick remediation, and helps targeted innovation and the retention of business relationships.
We offer the design and development of optical sources and systems, and consultations, be it for conventional, laser or quantum optics.
Many services did not make to the list because of space restraints or confidentiality. Whether you need to move on with innovation or a have problem related to production, contact us so that a viable solution can come to life as soon as possible.
For over 40 hours, a 3D printer stacked layers of steel on top of each other to create a mould for making a part for a car’s boot. Thanks to this, Beneš and Lát worked on a tool, which would normally take more than four months to make, for only over one month. The manufacturing of steel moulds has been accelerated thanks to special software that can calculate how much material is needed to make them without any unnecessary waste, and what specific conditions, such as temperature, must be applied to a given part of a mould to prevent it from being destroyed.
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Sharing the experience and existing know-how of the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, in the field of material technology within the DIH, opens new opportunities for the development of small- and medium-sized enterprises in the Czech Republic.
CARDAM is a unique research and development centre which proves that collaboration between academia and industry can be very effective. Through our connection with the DIH, we can offer small- and medium-sized enterprises opportunities that will not only increase their competitiveness, but will also open the door to further technological development.