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Consortium [PhoCam]


Technische Universität Wien

TU Wien

TU Wien is Austria's largest engineering university with more than 20.000 students and 3.500 employees. Three institutes will be involved within PHOCAM:

The Institute of Materials Science and Technology (IMST, Prof. Stampfl) is responsible for the coordination of the project, the scientific management (T. Koch), materials testing and development of DLP-based systems. The institute currently has 60 employees, and is involved in research projects covering the full range of engineering materials, from metals over polymers and composites to ceramic materials. IMST is fully equipped with lithography-based AMT processes (stereolithography, DLP, 2PP, Polyjet) and has all required methods for the mechanical characterization of materials.

The Institute of Applied Synthetic Chemistry (IAS, Prof. Liska) will develop photopolymerizable resins for lithography-based AMT. Currently running projects in this field include development of photopolymerizable biomaterials, development and characterization of 2PP photoinitiators and development of materials for optical waveguides. IAS has currently 100 employees.

The Institute of Management Science / Department for Industrial Engineering and System Design (IMW, W. Mayrhofer) can offer expertise in the main areas Production Management, Logistics, and Quality-, Process- and Product Management. Its strong theoretical foundation is complemented by a host of applied and practical projects. Their work in the project will be focused on the supply chain management of AMT processes.

In-Vision GmbH

In-Vision GmbH

Founded 2000, In-Vision is emphasizing their position as market leader in design and manufacturing of high end precision optical assemblies and systems. Relying on the highly experienced and knowledgeable design and engineering team combined with sophisticated manufacturing capabilities in optics and precision mechanics as well thin-film coating, In-Vision supplies products for a wide range of imaging and projection applications, designed to customer specification and manufactured and qualified with internal resources.

Additional information is available on or contact Mr. Wolfgang Pferscher, Director sales at or In-Vision - Digital Imaging GmbH, Industriestraße 9, 2353 Guntramsdorf, Austria, phone +43-2236-304344-0, fax +43-2236-304344-33 or e-mail to

Broell GmbH & Co KG

Broell GmbH & Co KG BROELL transforms advanced ceramics.

Since 2000 we manufacture machinery components, made of high performance polycrystalline advanced ceramics and we join them with metal or plastic through sophisticated force fitting. From powder to product …

We process our specified ultra pure (> 99,95 %) and doped alumina and zirconia, which - perfectly processed - are very tough, strong, inert and therefore suitable for technical, biomedical, electrochemical use etc… and which can be highly tribologically stressed. Ceramic properties can vary with the method of manufacturing. We care for outstanding properties from powder to product.

BROELL links material, surface and textile technology to fully developed high performance components. BROELL meets the challenging tribological problems in textile processing and sophisticated technologies. The challenging problems often are based on friction, wear and service life. BROELL solves these problems in all respects. A consistent realization and utilization of the material leads to a customized surface and to new BROELL-components. These are the reasons for the close cooperations between BROELL and our customers.

DeskArtes OY

DeskArtes OY

DeskArtes Oy specializes in software development and sales for Additive Manufacturing and CAD applications. Since 1991 DeskArtes has offered specialized and easy to use professional software tools for Rapid Prototyping and free form design. Today, DeskArtes has established a world wide distributor network to support customers all over the globe. Its customers include major tableware manufactures as well as leading Additive Manufacturing machine vendors and their customers in US, Europe and Asia.

Currently, DeskArtes main products include 3Data Expert, ZEdit Pro and Dimensions Expert for Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing as well as Industrial Design System and Design Expert for design applications. DeskArtes also offers specialized software development for 3D CAD applications and web development.

DeskArtes Oy is registered in Helsinki, Finland, and its headquarters are located in Espoo, Finland.

Siemens AG

Siemens AG Siemens AG is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, operating in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors. The company has around 405,000 employees working to develop and manufacture products, design and install complex systems, and tailor a wide range of solutions for individual requirements. For over 160 years, Siemens has stood for technological excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality. In fiscal year 2009, Siemens had revenue of €76.7 billion and the company invested €3.9 billion - 5.1 percent of its total revenue - in research and development to stay at the forefront of technological progress. Worldwide some 31,800 researchers and developers work on innovations that secure existing business and open up new markets.

With nearly 3,000 employees worldwide and being responsible for more than 7 percent of Siemens' total R&D expenditures, Corporate Technology (CT) plays a key role in R&D at Siemens. CT works closely with the R&D teams in the Siemens� Sectors and Divisions and is networked to facilitate efficient collaboration between its various sites around the world and with scientists from outside the company. CT provides expertise regarding strategically important areas to ensure the company's technological future, and to acquire patent rights that safeguard the company's business operations. CT focuses on innovations that have the potential to change the rules of the game over the long term in business areas that are of interest to Siemens.


Visitech VISITECH is a supplier of standard and customized DLP® industrial projectors and DLP® electronic boards. VISITECH is selected as an official world wide Third Party and Value Added Reseller for the DLP® technology by Texas Instruments Inc.

Through the range of DLP® products and services VISITECH facilitates customers to enter the industrial application market with successful new products. The LUXBEAM® Light Engine Series consists of plug and play DLP® light engines with light source, formatter board, optical module, electrical interfaces and VISITECH LUXWARE firmware installed. The light engines can be used directly in your application and product with limited or no modifications. In addition, any modifications required are offered as engineering service. Please find more details on

Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V.


On June 20, 1986 the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH) was founded under the patronage of the German State Ministry of Trade, Industry, Technology, and Transportation in Lower Saxony. The institution's legal form is that of a registered association. The association's main task is to support applied research in laser technology on a non-profit basis. The LZH is involved in:

  • R&D projects in the field of laser development and laser applications
  • Technical and scientific consulting to link research and practice
  • Industry-oriented training of experts for applying and operating laser systems

In Hannover, the LZH cooperates closely with the Leibniz University of Hannover. With the aim to further promote and strengthen the cooperation with partners in Lower Saxony, the LZH concluded cooperation contracts with the Technical Universities of Brunswick and Clausthal in 2009. The LZH is thus connected to the Technical University of Lower Saxony, which is the alliance of the three technically-oriented universities in Lower Saxony. According to the statues, the association mainly serves charitable purposes in terms of the AO paragraph.

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