Schweiger & Partners has supported CCS Composite Cluster Singapore Pte. Ltd. in securing a SPRING TECS grant
We have successfully supported CCS Composite Cluster Singapore Pte. Ltd. in securing a SPRING TECS funding.
A new process and machine concept developed by Composite Cluster Singapore (CCS) and its industrial partners could herald the production of high-performance composite structures in shorter time and with significantly reduced cost.
The groundbreaking concept which is based on a CCS project featuring HOPE Technik, KUKA Robot Automation, the SGL Group and TRUMPF, builds on market proven thermoplastic tape placement technology, integrating it with advanced robotics and laser technologies to overcome limitations of current solutions.
The project is being supported by SPRING Singapore’s Technology Enterprise Commercialization Scheme (TECS). SPRING Singapore is an agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry responsible for helping Singapore enterprises grow and building trust in Singapore products and services. The TECS is a competitive grant that supports the development of high-growth Singapore start-ups with a strong technology proposition and a scalable business model.
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