Re-FREAM is an EU-funded project where artists can apply and work with Profactor on technologies for the future urban manufacturing of fashion.

All three presenting Re-FREAM artists Julia Körner, Yokai, Ganit Goldstein worked with our colleagues in our labs at Profactor on the topic 3D printing for fashion manufacturing and combining FDM and polyjet printing with traditional textiles.


TIM-Serviceangebot BETINA (BEtriebe INtelligent Automatisieren)

Durch das Serviceangebot BETINA sollen produzierende KMUs unterstützt werden, dass diese durch leistbare Lösungen (von Vorrichtungen bis zum Roboter) Kleinserien mit smarter Technik flexibel und wirtschaftlich fertigen, prüfen, zusammenbauen und verpacken können.

Kostenlose Webinare BETINA


9.Juni 2020 8:15 – 9:15

16.Juni 2020 16:00 – 17:00




Kostenlose Online-Videoberatung BETINA


17.Juni 2020

Zeitfenster werden bei der Anmeldung vergeben




Information und Anmeldung

Alois Keplinger – TIM-WKOÖ I 05 90909 – 3547 |
Helmut Nöhmayer – PROFACTOR I +43 7252 885 305 I



Nähere Details finden Sie unter folgendem Link:





In Zusammenarbeit mit dem RIC Gunskirchen bieten wir im Rahmen der Rotax-Academy spezifische Weiterbildungsmöglichkeiten zur Thema Leichtbau-Roboter an. Diese erfolgen auch als Online-Seminare. Die nächsten Kurstermine finden Sie hier.







The University of Nottingham and PROFACTOR are organizing the IPAS 2020 Conference ( . The 9th edition of the seminar will have a specific focus on informatics, AI and smart technologies for precision assembly. Originally conceived by the micro-assembly community, the seminar has now grown to include a wide scope of assembly processes and applications from micro products to large aerostructures where precision, cost-efficiency and quality are of critical importance.


Im Namen von PROFACTOR und der GMAR laden wir Sie herzlichst zum Robotics Talk am 03.03.2020 in Gunskirchen ein.
Nähere Details dazu finden Sie im Programm.

In conjunction with the European Robotics Forum 2020, 03-05 March 2020, Malaga, Spain

Aim and Scope

Collaborative robots in industry are mostly underused, since they are mainly regarded as tools that relieve workers of physical fatigue and enhance their capabilities, but enjoy very limited autonomy and intelligence.

There is an immediate need for endowing robots with intelligent processing skills and shared autonomy capabilities, so that they can take over some tasks, thus relieving human operators of mental and physical effort, especially in complex tasks and scenarios.

There are various challenges to efficiently integrate HRC system to the industrial workplaces, among which include intuitive and ease of interaction, safety and intelligent interaction.

The following topics will be discussed:

  • What are the current challenges and experiences when integrating HRC to industrial workplaces
  • How can user easily interact with the robot
  • What AI technologies can be exploited to endow intelligence to HRC systems for faster integration

To facilitate different perspectives, two speakers (one from industry and one from academia) each for one topic, will shortly discuss and present their findings. This is followed by a group discussion, where the two speakers responsible for the topic will actively moderate the discussion. A panel discussion at the end will present the relevant conclusions and ex-tempore discussion.

This workshop is adapted continuation of a successful past ERF workshops (ERF2018 – Beyond Smart Robots and ERF2019 – Collaborative robots for industrial and professional service tasks), bringing together end users, academics, industry and policy makers. The workshop aims to present lessons learned from various EU and industry projects, the real deployment of robots in different industrial applications as well as needs and potential uses identified by the end users.

Workshop Agenda (4 March 2020)

08:30 – 08:35 Opening comments by the organizers:

  • Prof. Markus Vincze, TU Vienna
  • Fotis Dimeas, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

08:35 – 09:05 Impulse talks by our invited speakers:

  • Sylvain Calinon, IDIAP
  • Turgut Köksal Yalcin, Arcelik A.S.
  • George Michalos, Laboratory for Manufacturing Systems & Automation
  • Christoph Walter, Fraunhofer IFF Magdeburg
  • Carlos Celemins Paez, Delft University of Technology
  • Sotiris Manitsaris, Mines Paristech
  • Jure Skrabar, Kolektor

09:05 – 09:35 Group Discussion

09:35 – 09:55 Panel Discussion

09:55 – 10:00 Wrap-up of findings by the organizers:

  • Sharath Chandra Akkaladevi, Profactor
  • Franziska Kirstein, Blue Ocean Robotics


The “Human-Robot Collaboration & AI for industrial applications” workshop is jointly organized by PROFACTOR, TU Vienna and the CoLLaboratE Project



Your Contact

Dr. Andreas Pichler

+43 72 52 885 306

An increasing demand for alternative processes is present in the PCB manufacturing industry. Considering photolithography as main alternative solution, inkjetPCB will be: innovative, cheaper, simpler, greener, stronger and closer to the market. Compared with photolithography, inkjetPCB technology has a clear economic advantage with the potential to cut PCB prices of more than 50%. Moreover, PCB manufacturing by inkjet printing will open new possibilities for this well-established market.


PROFACTORian, Vito Matteo Di Pietro, will give you more insights into the current development of fully inkjet printed multi-layer Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) at the 3D printing electronics conference.



January 28, 2020


The conference takes place at the Conference Center High Tech Campus at The Strip, located in the middle of the car free zone in the Campus – next to LOKL Café.
High Tech Campus 1b
5656 AE
The Netherlands

The M3d+it (Medical 3d-printing and Innovative Technologies) is a platform that promotes 3d-printing in medicine and brings together health professionals, doctors, researchers, and device manufacturers.

We are pleased to announce the “Additive Manufacturing in Medicine 2nd Symposium ” and the “Design of Medical Devices Europe 2019“, which will be organized under the umbrella of the first M3d+it Conference.

This combined event will take place on Dec. 6th-7th 2019, at the Medical University of Vienna, Vienna General Hospital, in the Hörsaal 5, Level 7. This year we will address the emerging field of 3d-printing in medicine and explore its role in medical device design.

An important part of this event will be a small  industrial exhibition, where companies will showcase their latest developments and products.


We are looking forward to welcome you in Vienna!

Additive Manufacturing in Medicine 2nd Symposium

December 6 2019, 1:00 – 6:00 pm
Hörsaalzentrum, Medical University of Vienna,
Vienna General Hospital

Design of Medical Devices Europe 2019

December 7, DMD Workshop – 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Hörsaalzentrum, Medical University of Vienna,
Vienna General Hospital