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The Ger­man Engi­nee­ring Fede­ra­tion (VDMA) repres­ents the inte­rests of the capi­tal goods indus­try, which is hea­vily influ­en­ced by medium-sized com­pa­nies, vis-à-vis poli­ti­cal and social insti­tu­ti­ons as well as busi­ness, sci­ence, aut­ho­ri­ties and the media. In this way, IVOC‑X ensu­res the exchange of infor­ma­tion about cur­rent and upco­m­ing legal adjus­t­ments and enab­les the coope­ra­tion of new spe­ci­fi­ca­ti­ons in the working groups on air pol­lu­tion con­trol, sur­face tech­no­logy and addi­tive manu­fac­tu­ring as well as the exchange of infor­ma­tion via the net­work. The VDMA offers fur­ther trai­ning mea­su­res espe­cially for the mecha­ni­cal engi­nee­ring sector.

The VDE Asso­cia­tion for Electri­cal, Elec­tro­nic & Infor­ma­tion Tech­no­lo­gies com­bi­nes sci­ence, stan­dar­di­z­a­tion and pro­duct tes­ting and is par­ti­cu­larly com­mit­ted to the pro­mo­tion of rese­arch and young talent as well as con­su­mer pro­tec­tion. The asso­cia­tion focu­ses on Cyber Secu­rity, Energy, Indus­try, Mobi­lity, Smart Cities, Health and Living. Through its par­ti­ci­pa­tion in the VDE, IVOC‑X GmbH secu­res the necessary infor­ma­tion requi­red to com­ply with legal regu­la­ti­ons in the field of elec­tro­nics and expands its net­work in the field of electri­cal engi­nee­ring and the manu­fac­ture of electri­cal com­pon­ents and systems.

The Ernst Abbe Uni­ver­sity (EAH) Jena, foun­ded in 1991, is cha­rac­te­ri­zed by a prac­tice-ori­en­ted range of cour­ses and many coope­ra­ti­ons with indus­try. Tog­e­ther with the Sci­tec depart­ment, IVOC‑X rese­ar­ches new manu­fac­tu­ring pro­ces­ses and ana­ly­ses the pro­ces­ses with regard to pol­lutant emis­si­ons. The focus is on 3D prin­ting, laser mate­rial pro­ces­sing and pre­cision manufacturing.

The Thu­rin­gian Centre for Addi­tive Tech­no­lo­gies offers exper­tise and spe­cia­lists for the deve­lo­p­ment of addi­tive tech­no­lo­gies and the app­li­ca­tion of cor­re­spon­ding pro­ces­ses. Wit­hin this net­work, IVOC‑X is the expert and con­sul­tant on the sub­ject of emis­si­ons and their tre­at­ment in 3D prin­ting (AM).

The pho­to­nics net­work Opto­Net e.V. repres­ents the inte­rests of more than 100 play­ers in the Thu­rin­gian pho­to­nics indus­try and offers a lively plat­form for net­wor­king, exchange and coope­ra­tion. The IVOC‑X tech­no­logy is mainly used in the areas of clea­ning opti­cal ele­ments, impro­ve­ment of clean room requi­re­ments through VOC reduc­tion in addi­tion to par­ti­cles and in all machi­ning and pro­ces­sing ope­ra­ti­ons as well as laser mate­rial pro­ces­sing and sur­face tech­no­logy with UV.

FTS (flexo tech­no­logy ser­vice) GmbH offers a full ser­vice for care, main­ten­ance, retro­fit, con­sul­ting and sales of flexo­gra­phic prin­ting machi­nes of the latest genera­tion and relies on sys­tems of IVOC‑X GmbH in the field of air pol­lu­tion control.

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