The Company

A highly skilled and motivated team of scientists and technologists is LUNOVU's backbone. For more than a decade, this team has accumulated expertise in laser technology, high-tech equipment manufacturing and system technology. Our track record results in an impressive number of highly satisfied customers and numerous reference projects.

 

LUNOVU strictly focuses on future markets and applications. An exceptional level of customer orientation guides our team. We love technology. However, we are convinced that the value that we provide to our customers by using technology has highest priority. All our efforts focus on applications and on the products that our customers develop or manufacture.

In many cases, LUNOVU products provide enabling technology, allowing our customers creating breakthrough products that could not have been manufactured before. In other cases, they improve conventional manufacturing processes, making them more reliable, efficient and productive. LUNOVU systems for R&D and production are based on a flexible platform concept. We deliver holistic machine solutions, equipped with latest laser technology components and processes. Highest productivity at lowest operating cost defines our solutions for equipment, retrofits or application-specific services; we understand continuous innovation as a pre-condition to achieve this.

Being located in the application center of the Fraunhofer Institute of Laser Technology (ILT) in Aachen, Germany, provides us with an excellent access to a proven R&D network. Furthermore, LUNOVU is a member of the collaborative cluster "Direct Photonic Production" (DPP) at the University of Aachen (RWTH). Together with our co-operation partners this allows us to be right at the interface between R&D and industry. We bring innovative processes into the market!

News


LUNOVU successfully completes EU project COMMUNION

August 5, 2019

On July 8th in Barcelona the final workshop of the COMMUNION project was held. The target of the project which was funded through the EU HORIZON 2020 programme was the development of novel methods for the manufacturing of metal reinforced CFRT materials. Insights into the project are provided by this video:

> COMMUNION video

 

LUNOVU exhibits at Rapid.Tech

June 7, 2019

From June 25 to June 27, 2019, in Erfurt/Germany the Rapid.Tech 2019 will take place - one of the most important trade fairs in the field of Additive Manufacturing. LUNOVU will present its latest developments at the joint BMWi booth (BMWI 02). The focus will be on laser metal deposition (LMD), including highlights such as the manufacturing of 3D geometries on existing 3D parts.

> Rapid.Tech website

 

LUNOVU nominated as a candidate for the AC2 Innovation Award of the Aachen Region 2019

April 8, 2019

The AC2 Innovation Award of the Aachen Region has been established to recognize contributions of companies, institutions or persons to the development of the economical region Aachen. From a large number of proposals, today five candidates - amongst them LUNOVU - have been nominated as candidates for the 2019 award.

> Read more

 

PULSE: An EU research project on highest power, ultra short pulse laser systems

February 4, 2019

LUNOVU participates in the joint research project PULSE which is funded by the EU within the Horizon 2020 framework. The project focuses on the development of ultra short pulse lasers with up to 2.5 kW power, and on the related technology for materials processing with such lasers. Together with ten more partners, LUNOVU will develop the system technology for 3D processing until end of 2022.

> Learn more

 

LUNOVU LMD system successfully put into operation at Brandenburg University of Technology

January 7, 2019

At the Brandenburg University of Technology (BTU) in Cottbus, Germany, a Laser Metal Deposition (LMD) system has been successfully put into operation. The machine system was manufactured by the technology company LUNOVU GmbH based in Herzogenrath, Germany. The LMD system was purchased by the chair for mechanical design and manufacturing, headed by Prof. Markus Bambach, to meet multiple requirements ranging from materials development to the production of light weight materials.

> Press release

 

LUNOVU at ISAM 2019

January 2, 2019

For the third time, from January 29 to 31, 2019, the International Symposium on Additive Manufacturing will be held in Dresden, Germany. In this event, high level talks and presentations from industry and R&D will be given. LUNOVU will participate in the industrial exibition, presenting latest developments in the field of Laser Metal Deposition

> Symposium website

 

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