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Actuation and power electronics

  • Intended for mechatronic system designers and architects who are involved in the multi-disciplinary development of motion devices and need a better insight into the various aspects of actuators.
  • Duration: 3 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Advanced feedforward control

  • The AFC course is intended for all engineers active in mechatronics who want to gain more insight into the possibilities, limitations and implementations of these techniques in an industrial setting.
  • Duration: 3 consecutive days
  • TU/e, Eindhoven

Advanced mechatronic system design

  • Participants will gather physical insights, way of workings, design concepts and lessons learned, which play a role in the development of precision systems.
  • Duration: 6 days in a period of 2 weeks
  • Eindhoven

Advanced motion control

  • Follow-up of the basic course 'Motion control tuning'. Focusses on the analysis and control of multi-variable servo systems with in-depth treatment of interaction analysis, decoupling, MIMO-control.
  • Duration: 5 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Basics of design principles for ultra-clean vacuum applications

  • During the course you will acquire an understanding of the basic principles of ultra-clean vacuum and its implications for the production of ultra-clean vacuum systems.
  • Duration: 4 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Design for additive manufacturing

  • During this hands-on training you will learn to understand the properties and the opportunities and implications of design for 3D printing.
  • Duration: 3 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven, Fontys University of Applied Sciences

Design principles basics

  • This course is intended for all engineers involved in mechanical, mechatronic and system design who want to be able to recognise and analyse mechanisms with a predictable and reproductive behaviour.
  • Duration: 5 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Design principles for shock proof design

  • Course into the dynamic effects of drops and shocks on products and design of products that have a higher resistance to this type of loading.
  • Duration: 2 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Design principles masterclass

  • Duration: 8 morningsessions
  • Eindhoven

Dynamics and modelling

  • Basic course into the various aspects of machine dynamics that influence the performance of mechatronic precision systems.
  • Duration: 3 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Experimental techniques in mechatronics

  • Training for people who use dynamic frequency domain techniques to evaluate the behavior of precision mechatronic devices, tune servo systems, validate simulation models or troubleshoot systems.
  • Duration: 3 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Machine vision for mechatronic systems

  • This course treats the essential basis of imaging, image processing and system integration in a mixture of theory, demonstrations, exercises and application examples.
  • Duration: 2 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Mechatronics system design - part 1

  • Part 1 of the course 'Mechatronics system design' focusses on the essential basics in any multi-disciplinary development of mechatronic (motion) system.
  • Duration: 5 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Mechatronics system design - part 2

  • Part 2 of the course ‘Mechatronics system design’.
  • Duration: 5 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Metrology and calibration of mechatronic systems

  • This course treats the essential aspects of metrology and calibration of precision modules/systems in a mix of theory, hands-on exercises and case studies from industry.
  • Duration: 3 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven

Motion control tuning

  • This course treats the essential basis of control in a modern framework and the participants are trained in applying these techniques theoretically and experimentally to mechatronic servo systems.
  • Duration: 6 days in a period of 2 weeks
  • TU/e, Eindhoven

Thermal effects in mechatronic systems

  • This course treats the essential theoretical and practical aspects of machine design, numerical simulation, measurement and compensation techniques.
  • Duration: 3 consecutive days
  • Eindhoven