The IPH conducts application-oriented research in the field of tool- and mold-making. The work group contributes to the transfer of research results into practice – and to the detection of current challenges in the industrial field in which additional research is required.
A selection of our projects:
- Batch size optimized use of tools in hot bulk forming (LöWe) 09/2015 – 08/2017 | AiF/GVB
- Automatic determination of quality- and resource-efficient process parameters (AutoQuaRP) 11/2013 – 10/2015 | AiF/FQS
- Development of a model-based valuation method to improve operational tool supply (SFB 489 T13) 04/2013 – 12/2014 | DFG
- Automated calculation and design modeling in the value chain of progressive dies (AutoKalK) 06/2010 – 08/2012 | BMBF: KMU-innovativ
- Function-based tender preparation of complex unique products (Funktionsplanung) 08/2009 – 07/2012 | DFG
- Automated positioning of cooling channels by using methods of artificial intelligence (NeuroTemp) 07/2009 – 07/2011 | ZIM
- Quality-oriented prediction of the lifecycle costs of tools and molds (QProLCC) 02/2008 – 01/2010 | AiF/FQS
You find more of IPH's research projects here: www.iph-hannover.de/en/research/research-projects.