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Radiate at SWII Additive Manufacturing & Lightweight Technologies Conference

SWII is an exclusive industrial R&D partnering program with available funding for market oriented R&D projects via Eureka and Eurostars. On September 25th, Radiate Engineering participated at the Additive Manufacturing & Lightweight Technologies Conference that took place in Dübendorf, Switzerland. In his speech, Radiate CEO Timothy Habermacher emphasized how companies can improve their innovation processes through […]

New project for Perspective Robotics / Fotokite

Perspective Robotics AG of Zurich – better known as Fotokite – was founded in 2014 and specializes in offering safe and simple solutions in the field of high-tech aerial photography, e.g. for firefighting, journalism or sports. The international team based in Zurich and Syracuse, NY, currently consists of 20 engineers, most of whom are from […]

Sponsoring of the ETH Moto Racing Project

Ten students of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zurich have set themselves the goal of developing a carbon frame for motorcycle racing. The final motorcycle will be shown at the Swiss Moto in February 2019. With the new carbon frame monocoque concept, the students also take part in the “MotoStudent” competition, a […]

Selective laser sintering with the Sintratec Kit

Radiate extends the in-house prototyping lab with another component and goes a step further with the commissioning of the Sintratec SLS printer towards in-house composite and prototype construction. In the development process, it is important to check functions, form and processes at an early stage to ensure fast and targeted implementation of highly loaded and […]

We’re welcoming Skope AG as a new client

The Skope Magnetic Resonance Technologies AG is a successful startup of ETH Zurich and develops and sells dynamic field cameras. A dynamic field camera measures the dynamic magnetic fields in an MRI scanner. MR researchers and engineers use this device at the MRI scanner to measure newly developed sequences, to reconstruct more accurate and quantitative […]

Jonas Schmid and Simon Grob become partners at Radiate

Jonas Schmid (left) and Simon Grob (2nd from right) are new partners at Radiate Engineering & Design. Both have been working at Radiate in Zurich since 2015. Jonas Schmid studied mechanical engineering at the ETH Zurich and completed his studies with a MSc ETH ME. He is responsible for the design in Lightweight Product Development […]

1st Symposium on Lightweight Design in Product Development at CMASLab ETH Zürich

CMASLab at ETH Zürich hosted the first edition of the symposium “Lightweight Design in Product Development” on June 18th 2018. The purpose of this symposium was to selectively address and discuss actual topics along the entire value chain from material to design and fabrication, sharing research achievements at the leading edge of research and application […]

Radiate puts emphasis on Additive Manufacturing

Additive Manufacturing has reached a turning point. In the meantime, it has become a disruptive technology whose capabilities and price points, especially in the area of ​​development projects, have long since become competitive with “classical” production methods. While the moment and magnitude of impact varies with the nature of the product and production processes, it […]

Innovation Workshop at Schindler

Together with the Schindler R&D team under the leadership of Volker Zapf, Radiate Engineering carried out an innovation workshop at Schindler. With around 10 participants, ideas for the improvement of the Schindler systems were developed during an afternoon. Various tools and techniques from the fields of applied improvisation and design thinking were used. Radiate thanks […]