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Surface optimization potential of 3D printed metal components

Project cofunded by EU - Programme Interreg Bavaria-Czechia 2021-2027

  • Implementation: 1. 6. 2023-31.5.2025

  • Project partners: COMTES FHT, OTH Amberg-Weiden, TH Deggendorf, Klastr MECHATRONIKA

The project AM SURF aims to develop and strengthen the research and innovation capacities of the project region by combining the applied research of three research institutions (COMTES FHT, OTH Amberg-Weiden, THD - Technology Campus Cham) and the direct knowledge transfer through the network of cooperating companies of the Klastr MECHATRONIKA. Within this project, the research institutions will focus on 3D printing technologies to optimize the surface quality of 3D printed metal components, an important topic for companies from many industries represented in the region (automotive, medical, aerospace). The main added value of the applied research project will be in the networking activities of the Klastr, which has a long experience in networking activities.The Klastr will use its proven event concept and hold CZ - BY expert forums and workshops.Intensive contacts with companies in the project's program area will ensure the transfer of knowledge and project results. Effective use of synergies of competences of individual partners between regions will enable to expand local capacities and competences of SMEs in the Czech - Bavarian region, which will benefit from individual project results,which will have a positive impact on strengthening the competitiveness of enterprises in the border region.


  • You can meet our team on many occations. The last one was the cross-cluster workshop "New Trends" in Prague. 


  • You can read about what is planned and who will benefit from the results in the introductory article to the AMSURF project.


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