The CassaMobile consortium consists of eleven organisations from six different European countries; Germany, Belgium, The Netherlands, Portugal, United Kingdom and Switzerland.

The CassaMobile consortium involves a range of knowledgeable and experienced researchers and engineers specialised in design, engineering, manufacturing, automation, software, HMI, Additive Manufacturing, CNC milling, in-process inspection, cleaning and implementation.

A dedicated management SME was selected to manage the project and free partners to a large extent from administrative and managerial workload allowing them to concentrate on meeting the technical and research objectives of the project.
The Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA is one of the largest institutes within the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft embedded in an excellent infrastructure. The aim of the R&D projects is to demonstrate the potential of automating and streamlining production, processes and products for industry. Fraunhofer IPA develops, tests and implements methods, components, devices and complete machines.
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Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation IPA
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Raphael Adamietz,
Udo Gommel,
Oliver Refle,
Christian Seifarth
AFT Automation & Feinwerktechnik GmbH emerged from LFT Lange Feinwerktechnik in December 2008 and therefore has 25 years of knowledge and experience gained in the field of mechanical engineering. AFT’s core competence lies in the development and manufacture of special-purpose machines, automation equipment and various handling solutions. AFT is constantly innovating and defining new limits for automated precision engineering and microassembly. AFT manufactures customized OEM products on-site using individual system solutions.
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AFT Automation und Feinwerktechnik GmbH, D
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Johann Dorner
The Institute for Control Engineering of Machine Tools and Manufacturing Units (ISW) of the University of Stuttgart, Germany, is a leading university research institute with 40 researchers in the areas of control technology, automation and simulation based engineering methods for the machine tool and manufacturing system sector. USTUTT’s main activities in the field of machine tools and industrial robots are the design of new drive and control systems, development of new sensor systems and signal processing, research on innovative electrical drive concepts, machine monitoring and diagnosis and modeling and simulation systems for virtual machines.
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University of Stuttgart, Institute for Control Engineering
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Philipp Eberspächer
Jens Friedrich
Prof. Klemm
Critical Manufacturing is an enterprise founded from the established business of Critical Software and the inspiration and experience of a team of international renowned industry experts, that creates leading edge software solutions for the advanced manufacturing industries of solar, electronics and semiconductors. The company is part of Critical Group, a private group of companies founded in 1998 to provide solutions for mission and business critical information systems. CMF has its headquarters and main technical centre in Portugal and additional facilities in Germany and China.
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Critical Manufacturing SA
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David Sora
Augusto Vilarinho
With its headquarters in Leuven, Belgium, branches worldwide, and a staff of 800 and growing, Materialise has been playing an active role in the field of Additive Manufacturing (AM) since 1990. In addition to having the largest capacity of AM equipment in Europe, Materialise also enjoys a stellar reputation as a provider of innovative software solutions. Its aim is to create a better and healthier world through involvement in AM for industrial and medical applications, and by providing bio-medical and clinical solutions such as medical image processing and surgical simulations.
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Materialise N.V
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Tom Craeghs
Geert Van Goethem
TNO (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research) is one of the major contract research organisations in Europe. With a staff of approximately 3500 and an annual turnover of 500 million Euros, TNO is carrying out research in order to achieve impact on the following seven themes: Healthy Living, Industrial Innovation, Mobility, Energy, Built Environment, Information Society, and Defence, Safety and Security. TNO functions as an intermediary between basic research organisations and industry. By translating scientific knowledge into practical applications, TNO contributes to the innovation capacity of businesses and government.
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The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research TNO
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The Netherlands
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Frits Feenstra
René Houben
Loughborough University is one of the UK’s leading universities, with an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research. Loughborough is globally recognised for research in AM.
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Loughborough University
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United Kingdom
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Richard Bibb
Ross Friel
Russell Harris
SCHUNK is a leading producer of gripper systems for automated handling and for all kinds of robotic tools and equipment. SCHUNK is also a leader in highest quality clamping and chucking devices in CNC Machines (workpieces and tools).

SCHUNK is a family owned company, founded in 1945, that has a total business volume of 250 mio. Euro in 2012 (estimated) and around 1900 employees. SCHUNK is selling all over the world.
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Ralf Becker
Rahel Hauber
Jens Wolfarth
COLANDIS GmbH is the leading manufacturer of custom-engineered cleanroom solutions for all sectors of industry that are required to adhere to defined manufacturing conditions.

Based on many years’ experience, a team of specialists, state-of-the-art technical equipment and established partnerships with its suppliers, the company designs and manufactures local cleanroom modules, complete cleanroom systems, fan filter modules, cleanroom transportation and storage systems, supplementing its product offerings with cleanroom compatible materials.
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Rüdiger Eberhardt
Joachim Ludwig
Michael Koehler
Peacocks Medical Group (PEA) is a well-established orthotic company delivering orthotic services across the UK. The company is over 100 years old and is privately owned employing 150 staff. It operates from its head office and manufacturing base at Newcastle upon Tyne. Whilst manufacturing for a number of National Health Services and other orthotic companies across the UK, Peacocks delivers its service via regional hubs in the North East of England, Scotland, South Coast and South West.
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Peacocks Medical Group
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United Kingdom
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Becky Eskandari
Jari Pallari
Janet Wilkins
Founded in 2005, SCIPROM is an SME specialised in the management of large collaborative research projects. SCIPROM supports scientific coordinators from the first project idea to the final report, in project set-up, submission, negotiation, and management.
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Kirsten Leufgen
Peter Ulrich
Dominique Stücker
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The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme under grant agreement No. 609146 (Project CassaMobile).