Kunststoff-Institut Lüdenscheid

The combination of science and practice

Got an idea for a product but don't yet know how to realise it in conceptual and technical production terms? These kind of issues are exactly what the Lüdenscheid Plastics Institute addresses. Specialising in the entire field of plastics technology, it supports companies in selecting, developing, optimising and implementing products, tools and processes. The aim of the Plastics Institute is to make the scientific expertise of the future usable in today's manufacturing. Founded in 1988, today the Institute offers a wide range of services. It focusses its efforts on increasing quality and economic viability in the plastics industry. One major emphasis is placed on the field of injection moulded parts made from thermoplastics and thermosets.

Kunststoff-Institut Lüdenscheid – Innovations for the Plastics Industry

Services include:

  • Materials testing and automotive testing
  • Materials and failure analysis
  • Materials technology and new materials
  • Surface finishing
  • Process engineering and development
  • Quality and environmental management
  • Mould and tool optimisation
  • Products and innovations to support production

Laser system M-1200

The Lüdenscheid Plastics Institute attaches great importance to quality and firm foundations in practice. The maximum level of expertise is ensured by the skilled and experienced staff and rigorous quality control systems. The entire company is DIN EN ISO 9001 certified and the laboratory is DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 accredited.

As laser technology has become a part of many areas of plastics engineering, the practical use of this technology has also become an issue for the Lüdenscheid Plastics Institute. Thanks to the CO2 laser system installed by eurolaser, scientific theories can now be precision-tested and examined in practical applications. The high quality of the eurolaser technology corresponds to the high standards of the Institute, and is ideally suited for this due to its industrial applications.

Quote from chartered engineer Dominik Malecha (head of surface technology mouldings):

‘CO2 laser technology offers the advantage of being able to cut many different plastics and also other materials, such as wood veneers or textiles, whilst remaining flexible in the choice of cutting contours. The smoke-free cutting of films which are subsequently back-injected with plastic is especially important to the Plastics Institute.’

To the Laser system M-1200

Kunststoff-Institut Lüdenscheid
Lüdenscheid / Germany
www.kunststoff-institut.de

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