16 August 2019
Mechanical Engineering – Applied composite drone manufacturing
Make your ideas fly!
Build your own composite drone body.
Drones come in various forms and shapes. The purpose of flying requires smart constructions and lightweight materials, such as composites. The composite lab at the Danish drone center offers various composite manufacturing technologies and materials to build different types of drones. The range of processes spans from additive manufacturing with composite materials over to filament winding and vacuum infusion. Natural fibers, like flax, offer sustainable composites but also glass and carbon fibers could lead to flying solutions.
The aim of the course is to develop and manufacture your individual composite drone in each team. The teams will get guidance along the way and having the freedom to develop their ideas and manufacture their individual designs.
The course will be fun, intense and interesting two weeks where you get a lot of practical experience with composite materials and manufacturing technologies. You will also learn applied product development and can exercise your project management skills as well as your team working capabilities.
Raphael Geiger (firstname.lastname@example.org)
You must have completed two academic years in the field of Engineering or Design, and be interested or curious about applied composite manufacturing and drones.
-Steep learning of applied composite processes
-Hands on work with fiber materials and resins in a responsible way and attitude
-Manufacture construction systems with 3D printing
-Fabricate and build full scale prototypes
EUR 0: Exchange students from a partner university pay no tuition. Guest students pay tuition fees.
NON-EU student: 8635 DKK per course (1160 Euro)
EU Students: 4250 DKK per course (570 Euro)
Exchange students from partner university: No tuition