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Quick intro movie about nanotechnology
Presentation of the project NanoPlast
On 16 February, Rafael Taboryski from DTU Nanotech, will come to Lund to present NanoPlast, a project focused on the application of nanotechnology in the production of plastic parts.
Location:Öresundshuset, the Botanical garden, Lund
Registration:send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org before the 14/2 (there are a limited number of seats available)
Press release about NanoPlast:
NanoPlast advanced technology platform receives 50 million DKK from HTF
Self-cleaning plastic surfaces, plastic surfaces with special optical properties and colorful plastic surfaces created without the use of dyes.
Danish plastic companies and researchers from DTU are behind an elaborate advanced technology platform whose aim it is to make Denmark leading in the application of nanotechnology in the production of plastic parts. The technology will make it possible to create novel surface functionalities in plastic products and the potential for new applications is huge. The idea is that the parts are injection moulded in moulds with nanostructured surfaces, so that the nanostructures are transferred - “cast” - to the surfaces of the replicated plastic parts. The platform will strengthen the application of high technology in Danish tool making and plastic converting companies. The commercial potential is enormous.
Section leader Rafael Taboryski from DTU Nanotech is the project manager.
DTU Nanotech, Mekanik, Fotonik and Matematik (Rafael Taboryski, Anders Kristensen, Ole Sigmund, Jesper Hattel, Asger Mortensen, Mads Peter Sørensen).
DBI Plastics A/S, Stenlille
NIL Technology Aps, Kgs. Lyngby
LEGO System A/S, Billund
ToolPartners A/S, Vejle
CemeCon Scandinavia A/S, Åbyhøj
IPU Teknologiudvikling, Kgs. Lyngby
InMold Biosystems, Taastrup
FORCE Technology, Brøndby
Dansk Fundamental Metrology A/S, Kgs. Lyngby
SE design, Hellerup