Partnership and cooperation
We complete our orders in cooperation with industrial partners from all over the globe. We also actively collaborate with scientific institutions with respect to R&D activities. Together, we break down technological barriers and investigate difficult technical issues. We also conduct discussions and consultations with scientists and other R&D bodies in Poland and abroad.
Types of cooperation
Individual orders from companies or individual persons.
Cooperation with R&D bodies.
5 stages of cooperation
DISCUSSING THE CONCEPT
We thoroughly discuss the following issues with Clients: outline of the general concept, ideas, completion time, required scope of work, technology, materials needed and production methods. We finalise this stage with an individual cooperation agreement and approval of financial terms.
We prepare models if the orders concern prototypes. We do this using conventional methods as well as CAD/CAM and CAE so that the Client can once again analyse the capabilities and demands of the prototypes together with us.
During the implementation of the order, we regularly notify the Client of all results and any issues that need to be discussed. In the case of prototypes, this is the stage at which we the first one is created.
VERIFICATION OF THE IDEA
In the case of prototypes, this is the stage where we discuss the need for further work with the Client and create more prototypes and test components.
HANDOVER OF THE PRODUCT
The Client receives the end products, and we finalise the terms we have agreed on.
Our R&D partners
Lublin University of Technology
The development and testing of new research is based on very good cooperation with the Lublin University of Technology, particularly the Department of Solid Mechanics and the Department of Applied Mechanics.
We have closely cooperated with the Electrotechnical Institute to provide them with a prototypical winding carcass for a three-winding coreless superconducting fault current limiter.
Institute of High Pressure Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences
We produced composite hydrogen vessels with an operating pressure of 150 MPa as a subcontractor.