The Coordinator of HINMICO project as representative of the HINMICO Consortium has been invited at Foresight Forum from the 9th to 11th September 2014 in Grenoble organised by 4M2020

The event is focused on reviewing the research needs in Micro and Nano Manufacturing and inform H2020 about future priorities in this field.

Joint industrial Workshop in Birmingham

HINMICO Consortium invited to co-organize a joint industrial Workshop in Birmingham on 2nd April 2014

Partners: Alicona and University of Birmingham

9th International Conference on Micromanufacturing ( ICOMM )


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4th Workshop on Impact of the Factories of the Future PPP in Brussels on 24-25 March 2014 for European Project Coordinator´s

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 HINMICO project: High througput integrated technologies for multimaterial functional Micro Components


This project has received funding from the European Community''s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7-2013-NMP-ICT-FOF) under project reference no 609110.

The objective of the HINMICO project is the development and optimization of manufacturing processes for the mass production of multi-material functional miniaturised components by the integration of high-throughput replication (over-moulding/in-mould assembly/packaging ) processes including high precision handling and on-line monitoring and product on-line quality control technologies , and back-end processes, for cost effective manufacturing of high added value products for applications within health, communications, audio equipment and automotive (non-silicon microsystems and micro/nano-structured components). The aim is to reduce manufacturing costs up to 40%. Thus, the HINMICO project final outcome will enable to produce high quality multi-material micro-components, with the possibility of additional, functionalities, through more integrated, efficient and cheaper process chains. Also, as it is explained later in the Implementation section, is intended that the results of the project, will contribute to some of the existing European Standards. Read More.