Innodex Materials 2021

ELMIA Subcontractor · Jönköping/Sweden

9–12 November 2021

In his lectures for the Innodex Tech Arena at the Subcontractor Fair in Jönköping, Hon.-Prof. Dr. Sascha Peters will present some developments from the special show “Innodex Materials”:


9 November 2021, 11:30-11:50
Advanced & Smart Materials for Future Design“, Hon.-Prof. Dr. Sascha Peters, Haute Innovation, Germany

Wooden gears for micromotors, magnetocaloric materials for cooling purposes, wooden surfaces with textured colors or continuous fiber reinforcement for 3D-printed large formats: the variety of recent innovations in the material sector is considerable and exciting application scenarios can be expected for the next few years in the industry. Hon.-Prof. Dr. Sascha Peters presents some developments from the Innodex special show and shows the potential for use.


10 November 2021, 13:35-13:55
Materials for the Biological Cycle“, Hon.-Prof. Dr. Sascha Peters, Haute Innovation, Germany

In a circular economy of the future, materials will move in more or less closed cycles. The biological cycle offers the greatest potential for high-tech developments, as the resources offer the possibility of climate-neutral production and great innovation potentials can be tapped at the interface between biology and technology.


11 November 2021, 10:30-10:50
High-Tech Materials for Industrial 3D Printing“, Hon.-Prof. Dr. Sascha Peters, Haute Innovation, Germany

Due to the strong growth in additive production in recent years, the demands on the printing materials that can be processed have also increased significantly. In the polymer sector, high-performance printing materials are now available that enable components with high-strength mechanical qualities. The introduction of continuous fiber reinforcements can also be integrated into the additive manufacturing process. In the metal sector, some developments have been carried out to qualify previously non-printable materials such as copper for additive manufacturing.

image: Thermoelectric materials for energy recovery from waste heat (source: Vacuumschmelze)