Build on our unique range of learning systems and technologies when conceptualizing, planning, and equipping your customized learning labs or workshops. We unite technical education and industry to ensure that your education and training package is tailored to real industrial requirements.
The development of learning environments begins with identifying the needs of local industry, based on the existing curricula of your training facility or specific job profiles that need to be established in the region. We offer you ready-to-use learning environments based on this assessment.
Whether you want to replace existing installations with new equipment or would like to establish a new field of knowledge in your training facility, we precisely define your training requirements and ensure optimal lab efficiency through the use of flexible educational equipment.
Conceptualization and planning of workshops and learning labs
Training for tomorrow's factory
Flexibility, agility, adaptability, and efficiency—these are the qualities that will be required of production in the future. To facilitate a successful transition in education and training, the Industry 4.0/IIoT lab encompasses everything from individual workstations to a complete learning factory. Trainees are introduced step-by-step to Industry 4.0/Industrial Internet of Things content, based on our classic Mechatronics training materials, leading them all the way to the Cyber-Physical Factory. And since learning areas and needs are constantly changing, the lab is modular and flexible in structure, and can be adapted and expanded at any time to meet your individual requirements.
Learning and experimentation in the cyber-physical factory
CP Factory illustrates the practical implementation of a networked factory. It is a comprehensive, modular, and expandable factory model for the Industry 4.0/Industrial Internet of Things, which can be used to represent many aspects of the value chain. Robotino?, the autonomous, mobile robot, brings the versatility of digital production to life.
Basic knowledge in fundamental technologies
Experience from developing over a thousand fluid power courses enables us to successfully teach the basics. The lab design and the selection of teaching components and media enable periods of independent study within the training programs: Connected Learning with Tec2Screen?,circuit design and simulation with FluidSIM?, practical implementation, functional testing, and circuit optimization in group work with the equipment sets.
The fundamental step in training and in automation technology
Training in the basic disciplines of mechatronics is the fundamental step in automation training. All important aspects of electrical and electronic systems, including non-solid-state circuits and electrical drives, are taught in this lab. The lab equipment, which is tailored to the technology packages, includes the required energy supply, mounting frames for experimentation plates, and all the required accessories.
Fostering technological experience, knowledge, and social skills
It is becoming more and more common for skilled workers and technicians to be responsible for operation and maintenance of complex, automated production systems. This requires the seamless interaction of all the technologies involved. The learning stations in the automation lab form the foundation for general technology training using practical problems from actual operational applications. This provides the perfect platform for analyzing, understanding, and mastering the interaction of mechanical systems, pneumatics, electrical systems, control technology, and communication interfaces – all absolutely critical for successful management of complex networked systems.
Developing knowledge and programming skills, both realistically and virtually
Realistic simulations enable optimal preparation in various technologies. This lab includes all the software tools for PLC and robot programming, CAD/CAM/CNC, E-Learning, and Connected Learning with Tec2Screen?. The Classroom Manager is used to manage target groups, content, and learning media, allowing you to organize learning groups and put together customized training packages.
Professional and future-oriented training in CNC skills
Future-oriented CNC training means teaching students and trainees on the most modern industrial standard: from machine tools and software to the teaching materials. The CAD/CAM/CNC lab provides a quick, efficient introduction to professional CNC training. 1:1 programming with control-identical software, hands-on learning, greater machine availability through computer programming, and sustainable learning and error-reduction through test runs on the computer.
We are committed to quality
When it comes to education and training for metalworking, the use of high-quality machines and tools is essential. We maintain partnerships with experienced manufacturers who guarantee consistently high quality standards. The metalworking lab is fully equipped with workbenches, machines, and all the necessary tools. We guarantee the highest precision, sturdy designs, easy operation, high safety standards, exceptionally long service lifetimes, and a supply of spare parts for well over 10 years for all the machines installed in the lab.
High-quality training in a range of welding processes
Virtually all workshops and industrial companies that process metal use welding to economically produce a variety of products to the level of quality required. The welding lab covers the most important processes, such as MIG/MAG/TIG/MMA welding and plasma cutting. Comprehensive training is made possible through the use of high-quality welding equipment, fully-equipped welding booths, and the latest simulation and demonstration tools.
Instrumentation and control as well as core processes in water and wastewater treatment
Governments, local authorities, and businesses are responsible for providing people and industries with sufficient quality and quantity of water. Specialized skills and expertise are crucial in achieving that goal. The basic principles of industrial instrumentation and process control are clearly presented in the lab using EDS? Water Management. In addition, the learning stations cover the entire water cycle, from water purification and water supply to wastewater treatment.
Practical knowledge for dealing with regenerative energy systems
The production of energy from renewable natural resources, such as wind, sunlight, rain, terrestrial heat, etc. has become increasingly important in recent years. The need for innovative technologies in network design, as well as skilled workers, has increased dramatically. Large-format, proportional components for the educational environment are invaluable when it comes to training for the installation, operation, and maintenance of alternative energy systems.
State-of-the-art education and training in building construction
The training content in the masonry workshop covers industry trends, such as new materials and construction methods.
The first step in automation technology
Electric drives or motors are found everywhere in industry as DC or AC motors.
Electric motors can be classified by the type of electrical power source, internal construction, application, type of movement output, etc.
All aspects of industrial drives can be covered in this lab.
Our modern CNC systems meet the requirements of today’s education and training in the metals sector
The CNC universal machine features innovative machine technology, as well as digital drives in all axes. The optimized machine structure increases stability during machining and offers a high degree of flexibility in manufacturing.
Engineering and scientific basis for training in the field of food production processes
Food processing plants enable the implementation of food transformation and preservation techniques. Students will be able to track the process structures and industrial workflows of food production, as well as monitor quality and hygiene throughout the process.
Comprehensive fundamental knowledge using the latest lab training systems
The lab for flow mechanics provides hands-on training on pump systems,
process automation components, and control systems, and covers all aspects of a typical water management system.
All learning systems are equipped with typical industrial components and are supported with instructional manuals and textbooks.
Education and training in automotive careers
Future automotive mechatronics engineers or automotive technicians get valuable training in this workshop and acquire knowledge and practical skills in all areas of automotive technology, in the fields of both "classic" automotive mechanics and in automotive electronics. They will learn how to analyze electrical, electronic, and mechanical systems, as well as identify and fix malfunctions using computer-assisted measurement and test systems.
Education and training in woodworking careers
Our systems provide comprehensive coverage of the wide range of current teaching areas and technologies: woodworking machines, wood sawing machines, and wood lathes
High-quality components that realistically replicate an industrial environment
Industrial wiring complements basic training as an electrician or electrical maintenance technician. Students develop skills in the installation and wiring of industrial equipment.