The NCC for MATCA has a rich variety of technology equipment that can be fully exploited and further advanced by its top experts. In addition to commercially available devices, it offers a unique, globally unprecedented infrastructure.
3D printing or additive manufacturing allow the fast manufacturing of complex shape plastic, metal parts or parts from other materials.
Plasma technologies offer a wide range of applications from coating using a wide selection of materials to waste processing and medical use.
In addition to characterisation or surface coating, laser technologies also enable the modification of surface functional properties without the application of any other material.
Analytical methods enable the measurement of different chemical and physical quantities that have impact on material behaviour, production quality or product design.
Surface treatment methods significantly improve mechanical, anticorrosive, thermal and other useable properties of the product by modifying its surface or by applying a suitable coating to it.
Numerical simulations enable the virtual testing of a future product; and the optimization of its properties or the elimination of its failures.
Supercomputers made up of several computer clusters and disk servers can handle numerical calculations in a way that enables them to take part in national and international projects.