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Despite the macro-economic correction in the global markets that we are currently witnessing, industry is undoubtedly looking at a bright future when it comes to technological innovations and development. One of by far the most topical developments is the increasing use of industrial 3D printing, also referred to as additive manufacturing (AM).

TECOS, Slovenian Tool and Die Development Centre has presented the latests results of LIFE CEPLAFIB on the 17th International Waste Management and Landfill Symposium, held from the 30th September to 4th of October, 2019, in Sardinia, Italy.

The already renowned Day of toolmaking will take place again in 2019, as it remains the most important expert event of the Slovenian toolmaking and automotive industry. With its unique connecting role within the CEE region it will bring together respectable experts and guests on Wednesday, November 6th, in Ljubljana.

Examples of project deliverables in tech projects

As we have seen in the previous post, project deliverables can be of any type – tangible and intangible, big and small, internal and external. They can describe the project's goals or the path to reach those goals.

What is a Project Deliverable?

In project management practice 'delivarables' have a very clear and specific meaning: ''Deliverables are outputs created as the result of work performed during the course of a project.'' Defining, tracking, and managing project deliverables are therefore also the most important responsibilities of a project manager (PM).

The European Commission has launched an importan pan-European project to establish a European Advanced Manufacturing (ADMA) Support Centre to help SMEs assess the possibility of adopting advanced manufacturing solutions and transforming their organisation towards next-generation factories with more competitive, modern and sustainable production.

The World Manufacturing Forum annual meeting will take place on 25-27th September in Cernobbio, Como Lake, Italy. Under the scope of "New Skills for Future Manufacturing" the forthcoming edition will highlight how, in the wake of the Fourth Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0), technological innovation is moving forward rapidly – and – how new skills must be developed starting with primary education and continuing with workers retraining.

The third project meeting within the LIFE CEPLAFIB consortium was held between on 11th and 12th of July, 2019. It was organized by our industrial partner ADRIA MOBIL, which is responsible for the implementation of final prototype products for the automotive sector.

The Slovenian Institute of Hop Research and Brewing (IHPS) with partners from 5 EU states is starting with a European co-funded project LIFE BioTHOP to introduce 100 %biodegradable, recyclable and compostable twine into hop fields, as environmentally friendly alternative to polypropylene twine, which is in use nowadays and which degradation in the nature can last up to 450 years. To fulfil the requirements of the circular economy, partners of the project are aiming to use the hop biomass after harvest, intertwined with this new twine, produce new bioplastic products in horticulture, agricultural and plastic packaging sectors.

Within the framework of the HIDSENZ project, Hidria AET d.o.o and TECOS Slovenian Tool and Die Development Centre are developing a cavity pressure sensor for monitoring the injection molding process of plastic materials.

By launching the final conference of the MARTINA project, TECOS together with the project partners completed the three-year research and development period, which brought over 120 innovations in the field of advanced materials. MARTINA - MAteRials and Technologies for New Applications was recognized as one of the most prominent Slovenian business-technological model of cooperation, vital in the contribution of new knowledge in the field of material science and successful practice example of the efficacious cooperation between the industry and knowledge institutions.

Another successful performance for TECOS at the largest tool fair in Europe - Moulding Expo. Slovenian toolmaking followed its tradition of success with the Slovenian trade stand representing the industry nationwide under the wing of the Public Agency SPIRIT and with the support of the General Consulate in Munich.

TECOS Slovenian Tool and Die Development Centre hosted the kick-off meeting as one of the partners in the INTERREG: S3HubsinCE project. The two-day meeting was dedicated to aligning the various contents and developing a common understanding of the project’s objectives as well as to socialising, networking and deciding on the future steps.

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