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TRINITY support companies to test and benefit in robotics, automation and cybersecurity technologies.
The Olympic Games of Textile Machines, that’s how the ITMA show is called in Barcelona. Just like the Games, this trade fair takes places every 4...
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Drone- or tractor-mounted cameras assist farmers in detecting diseases in crops and allow accurate use of pesticides.
Flanders Make and the Belgian Welding Institute join in a research project to demonstrate the feasibility of quality control using systems for inline, real time defect detection during welding .
As a test centre for the automotive industry, Flanders Make needs to have streamlined internal processes and an impeccable quality control system...
2018 was a year of growth, evolution and innovation. We achieved a 40% growth of employees and watched as the number of members went up 20%. Also, we...
From mass production to mass customisation Now that companies are making the shift from mass production to mass customisation, traditional robots no...
On 23 April, 2019, Dirk Torfs, CEO of Flanders Make, and Claire Tillekaerts, CEO of FIT, signed a strategic partnership agreement. With this...
How to boost Additive Manufacturing (AM) for serial production? Our colleague, Abdellatif Bey-Temsamani, will speak at 3D Printing Design &...
Flanders Make and SMITZH join forces to jointly build a knowledge and innovation network.
Flanders Make teams up with Bosch and Pilz to realize smart digital factories.
The Board of Directors of Flanders Make calls for applications for four independent directors’ mandates.
The project 'Joining of dissimilar materials' generated quite a few inspiring exaples. Discover them here!
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