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Process, Product and Production Engineering Research Group



GREP leads research and technology transfer projects, responding to industry demand in the areas of manufacturing processes, product development, machine design and company organisation.

Relationships with companies are established based on UdG-Business agreements, in which we pay special attention to deadlines for project execution, in defining the property and the rights to use results, in establishing confidentiality agreements and in other aspects specific to each agreement.

Technology transfer projects

  • Redesign of mechanical components to improve manufacturing and/or assembly capacity.
  • Simulation and modelling of production processes.
  • Integration of concurrent engineering tools in SMEs.
  • Product innovation and development.
  • Design of tools for the improvement of production planning systems, such as Lean Manufacturing </g>.
  • Installation and maintenance of comprehensive management systems (quality, the environment, safety).
  • Assisted computer systems for process planning.
  • Improvement of production management systems.
  • Design and manufacture of prototypes using Rapid Manufacturing techniques.</g>

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