Title Functionalization of thin, nanoparticle-based layers on susceptible steel surfaces via brilliant diode laser radiation (FunLas)
Start 01.09.2008
Duration/Status 36 months / project finished
Budget 3.2 Mio. EUR
Website n/a
Contact
Dr. Lutz Riegger

Project description

The project "FunLas – Functionalization of thin, nanoparticle-based layers on susceptible steel surfaces via brilliant diode laser radiation" aimed for the development of a cost- and resource efficient, laser-based method to fabricate mechanically robust wear protective coatings for the application on components experiencing high stress, e.g. motor or transmission parts.

Due to the intensive collaboration between partners it was possible to create a solid basis for reaching this goal. Further, the aimed for process chain was successfully demonstrated on a laboratory level.

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BioFluidix tasks BioFluidix is contributing to this project through its PipeJet® printing technologies, i.e. the wet chemical coating of stainless steel motor parts.
Sponsor
BMBF 
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Research Partners
SchaefflerKG (Coordinator), Germany
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Merck KgaA, Germany
 
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BioFluidix GmbH, Germany
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Fraunhofer Institut für Lasertechnik, Germany
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DILAS Diodenlaser GmbH, Germany
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Selected publications no publications available