Applied Manufacturing Technology Laboratory

picture: Julia Bergmeister
picture: Julia Bergmeister

The aim of the laboratory for manufacturing technology is to get to know important manufacturing processes as well as their economic efficiency and application limits of the machines. Students can put their theoretical knowledge into practice by taking part in laboratory work placements in small groups, during which they solve production tasks and create CNC programs under supervision. The solutions are then implemented and explained on machine tools. University lecturers and foremen are available to learn the production processes.


  • Machining technology equipment - with CNC turning and milling
  • Processing of sheet metal as a modern lightweight construction material - with cutting, punching and bending
  • Joining technology - with fixture construction and welding systems
  • Automation - with 4-axis robot and image recognition, handling devices
  • Measurement and testing - with tool presetting, surface and length measurement
  • Different mounting kits for gearboxes etc.

Laboratory experiments

  • Demonstration tests during lectures
  • CNC internship
  • assembly internship

Technology transfer

  • Cooperation with industrial partners in the context of project, diploma and master theses
  • Cooperation with educational institutions

Cutting Technology

CNC lathe

CNC milling machine

Pillar drilling machine

Tools for turning, milling, drilling, countersinking, grinding, bevelling

Cutting, Punching, Bending

Punching-bending machine

Guillotine shears

Swivel bending machine

Spinning machine


Scara robot with image recognition

Automatic testing of small parts

Pick-and-place device

Measuring and testing

Tool pre-setter

Surface measuring instrument

Standard measuring instruments


Laboratory Manager

Prof. Dr. Klaus Pischeltsrieder
Room: R 5.014

Tel.: 089 1265-3922
Fax: 089 1265-3902

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Markus van der Weck
Room: RBG 095

Tel.: 089 1265-3966
Fax: 089 1265-3902

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