Customized, on-demand, 3D printed parts

With as little material as possible, including wiring guides, cut-outs for PCBs and with a perfect surface finish - we are not an easy customer when it comes to our 3D printed parts.

We have a base design that we can easily customize for a tailored application. The entire design process is completed in-house, where mechatronics engineers collaborate with electronic engineers and other professions to come up with the ideal design.

Equally important is the material that is used to print our designs. We work together with Materialise, who uses HP Multi Jet Fusion technology. This material is extremely light-weight, strong, aesthetic and has the surface finish we need.

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How to design lightweight mechanical parts

For a Mechatronics Engineer, there is nothing more exciting than developing a new piece of hardware for our Aerial Scout drone. We’ve asked David Frieling, Mechatronics Engineer at Avular, what it's like to design lightweight parts for aerial robotic platforms.

The key is to find the optimal balance between material stiffness, extreme fiber distance, manufacturing method, weight and volume in an integrated design. Simplified, that takes three steps.

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HP Case Study video

Looking for a customized robotic solution? Using 3D printing, we order tailored parts that we design in-house for your purpose specifically.

Together with Materialise, we created a case study for HP 3D Printing. In this video, we take you to our world of 3D printed parts for flexibility in design, robust parts and sustainable production.

Watch the full video now!

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Interview: Drones & Robots at Strijp-T

Avular is located at Strijp-T, the most creative and innovative area of Eindhoven. Our CEO Albert Maas is interviewed for the first video of a series of vlogs, to show the area's versatility in innovative technology.

Watch the full interview in Dutch now:


Spotlight on: Novel localization for indoor robots

Creative technical knowledge becomes more important to stand out in this ever-evolving digital world. We aim to acquire the best talent, even those still graduating. That is why we offer the opportunity for students of different professions and specialisms to graduate with a thesis at Avular. We are proud to have the best talents joining our team. After graduating, some of them stay at Avular, some continue their studies and some go travel the world. Just before the end of their project, we ask them to write an article about their graduation thesis.

This week, the spotlight is on Mart van Vliet. He recently graduated from Electrical Engineering at Hogeschool Utrecht with his thesis about Novel Localization for indoor robots.

 

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Spotlight on: Stereovision

Creative technical knowledge becomes more important to stand out in this ever-evolving digital world. We aim to acquire the best talent, even those still graduating. That is why we offer the opportunity for students of different professions and specialisms to graduate with a thesis at Avular. We are proud to have the best talents joining our team. After graduating, some of them stay at Avular, some continue their studies and some go travel the world. Just before the end of their project, we ask them to write an article about their graduation thesis.

This week, the spotlight is on Petros Kavvathas. He recently graduated from Electrical Engineering at Hogeschool Utrecht with his thesis about stereovision.

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MATLAB Coders meetup at Avular

On Tuesday the 26th of November, 2019, Avular's headquarters were turned into a lecture hall for the MATLAB Coders Meetup.

The event focussed on sharing how different people use MATLAB/Simulink to solve technical problems with presentations about: Profiling with the Simulink Embedded Coder, C/C++ code integration with Simulink and coder tools and Simulink code generation in PRodrive Motion Platform.

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Rebranding Avular

2019 has been a year of growth for Avular; a bigger team, a bigger office and a bigger product portfolio. We have updated our current business model - as you might have read in our interview with Innovation Origins. We have evolved from creating industrial drones only, to products, engineering and services for all sorts of mobile robotics. And there is even more to come. Because of this evolution, the old look started to feel outdated; it was time for a change.

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Spotlight on: Indoor Localization

Creative technical knowledge becomes more important to stand out in this ever-evolving digital world. We aim to acquire the best talent, even those still graduating. That is why we offer the opportunity for students of different professions and specialisms to graduate with a thesis at Avular. We are proud to have the best talents joining our team. After graduating, some of them stay at Avular, some continue their studies and some go travel the world. Just before the end of their project, we ask them to write an article about their graduation thesis.

This week, the spotlight is on Thomas Wolf. He is graduating from the Control Systems Technology group at Eindhoven University of Technology with his thesis about indoor localization.

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Moving offices: Robot and sound innovators to Strijp-T

Avular and Sorama move to Strijp-T, building TQ.

Avular and Sorama, two innovative scale-ups with Eindhoven roots, are moving to Strijp-T in January 2019. Both companies split the first floor of building TQ3 and expect to scale further on Strijp-T on short notice.

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