We want to thank our employees for their efforts in this weird year of the COVID-19 pandamic. We also want to thank all our relations for the pleasant and successful collaboration in the past year and we look forward to its continuation in 2022. Therefore we sent you our Christmas wish.
By improving fuctionality with Additive Manufacturing KMWE becomes the preferred supplier for Airbus Defence and Space Netherlands.
Two groups of students from Vakcollege Eindhoven paid a visit to KMWE. The purpose of the visit was to get to know KMWE and to decide on their further education and their future profession.
We have a Renishaw Agility measuring machine. Due to the built-in measuring head (Revo Head), we can apply a 5-axis measuring method.
This article is about Additive Manufacturing and the claim that additive-produced parts are porous, rough and expensive. During the Precision Fair, our colleagues Ruud Hurkens and Rob van Loon shared their findings about additive-produced parts and dispelled misconceptions about 3D metal printing.
For the fifth year in a row, KMWE and Summa International Engineering collaborate on the methodical design project. A lustrum!
In a table discussion based on a number of statements, several high-tech system suppliers were asked about their opinions about additive manufacturing in the Benelux and in general.
After multiple successful tests in collaboration with our partners of the project “Advanced Manufacturing Logistics”, we decided to implement the AMR (autonomous mobile robot) on our factory floor.
Mustapha Doudou is nominated for the Noordhofprijs 2021, in the category Metal. The award ceremony will take place on 26th November at the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven.
Monique Lemaire from Leerwerkloket Zuidoost-Brabant and Ron Van der Reest from KMWE (Learning & Development Officer) talked to moderator Tom Jessen about Lifelong Learning and how it can be applied in an organization. This podcast is an initiative of Brainport Eindhoven.