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3D scanning supports 3D printing

Author Teemu Launis
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Green values and ecological thinking are accelerating the development of lightweight and efficient structures, while new generations are placing a lower burden on the environment by consuming less energy and materials. In order to continue this trend, product development requires ever increasing amounts of accurate information about product application areas. This ensures that products can be produced as efficiently as possible and that they meet their set requirements. 3D scanning and 3D printing are complementary technologies that are coming strongly to the fore in this regard.

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Teemu Launis

Vice President, Sales
Mechanical Engineering Services

Teemu Launis has worked in mechanical engineering projects in various positions from designer to project manager. He is one of Elomatic’s representatives in the Finnish Additive Manufacturing Ecosystem. In 2010, Teemu set up Elomatic’s Tampere office. He is currently working in sales of Elomatic’s mechanical engineering services.

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Energy crisis or growing pains?

Kirjoittanut By Lari Heinonen

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Material audits increase profits – seeing is believing

Author Riina Brade
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‘Been there done that. You won’t achieve anything without major investments or disturbing product quality.’ This is a commonly held misconception regarding the scope of investment and its effect on end products when discussing the merits of introducing resource savings measures. Pilot audit cases in Finland and a decade of small and medium size enterprise audits in Germany have shown, however, that real and significant savings can be achieved with relatively small investments in material audits. In short, resource efficiency pays, and does so handsomely.

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Riina Brade

M.Sc , Chem Eng. & MBA

Ms Brade´s 20 years’ experience covers competences spanning production process development, R&D management, B2B sales, and circular economy content marketing. In addition, she possesses a lead auditor qualification in QEHS management systems utilized in strategic business development. Riina joined Elomatic at the beginning of 2012 as Manager for Process Industry Sales. Over the last years, she has achieved a firm footing within industrial investment and revamp management supported by sustainability assignments, key customer management and project supervisory tasks.

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Business Intelligence – from measurement data to smart actions

Author Teemu Turunen
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In recent times companies have shown a growing interest in generating and using measurement data to streamline and develop their operations. Business intelligence has, in fact, become a key success factor in this regard. In order to maintain competitiveness and gain competitive advantages, data use has to be integrated into all organisational levels. Organisations that are able to collect, analyse and process key performance-related data into information that supports smart decision making, can gain competitive advantages.

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Teemu Turunen

Phil. Lic. (Env. Science)

Teemu Turunen has extensive experience in energy and process consulting in several industries. He currently works as Business Development Director in the energy and process business area. His focus is to lead the development of sustainable solutions for future needs.

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02/02/2023

Energy crisis or growing pains?

Kirjoittanut By Lari Heinonen

The options for solving the energy crisis have been known for a long time – now the actual solving of the issues should take priority. In Finland, the forest industry produces a large portion of...

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