European Commission
A EUROPEAN PROJECT SUPPORTED THROUGH
THE SEVENTH FRAMEWORK PROGRAMME
FOR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
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FILL Gesellschaft (FILL)

FILL is an Austrian worldwide leading mechanical engineering and plant construction company. FILL is specialized in machine building company in Austria. The company is employing 545 people, and operates in all the fields of today and tomorrow’s Industries: Automotive, aerospace, energy, building and sports. In 2011, the generated a turnover of approx. 100 Mio Euro.

 

Department involved in the project

The project activities will be carried out by the Competence Center Plastics (Composites) and the R&D Department.

Main contact

Harald Sehrschön

FILL Gesellschaft GmbH
Fillstraße 1
4942 Gurten
Austria


Main contribution to the project

FILL will contribute to the project by bringing in its knowledge in industrial production of composites for the automotive industry e, aerospace industry. FILL is also specialized in the building of machine on customer demand, and has a lot of robot knowledge (over 50 per year).

 

 

Abbildung 1: speedlayer for wind industry – simulation


Key people involved

Wilhelm Rupertsberger manages the Plastics Competence Center/Polyurethane & Composites at FILL. The course of the qualified mechanical engineer's professional career has passed through many stations, some of which marked his successful development at Fill: from designer to project manager, key account manager, Sales and Marketing Manager, and finally Manager of the Plastics Competence Center.

Harald Sehrschön is team Leader of Product Development at FILL. He studied Industrial and Mechanical Engineering in Graz. Along with mechatronics in machine engineering, he is particularly interested in the simulation and optimization of production systems.

Alois Wiesinger is responsible for innovation at Fill, he studied mechatronics design at University of Linz. Within his long term experience in mechatronics solutions he is specialized in modeling and virtual testing of mechatronics concepts.