The objectives of the Verband Schweizer Anodisierbetriebe, VSA, include the deepening and broadening of knowledge of the fundamentals and processes of mechanical and electrolytic surface treatment, as well as the promotion of cooperation among its members. Recently, Suisse Technology Partners AG has also joined this association and is very much looking forward to the exchange with the companies involved in this field. To get to know each other better, a corresponding event with all member companies was planned in Neuhausen in October, which unfortunately had to be postponed until next year due to the Corona Pandemic. Nevertheless, Suisse TP wanted to introduce itself to the other members in detail and sent out extensive information material for this purpose. Particular attention was drawn to the focus topic "surface technology", which is being worked on intensively by Suisse TP. The new website presents the competences and services of Suisse TP and it is clear that support along the entire value chain is offered under one roof in Neuhausen. The experts of Suisse-TP are your contact for aluminium surfaces from development to characterization and damage analysis.

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The Hightech Zentrum (HTZ) Aargau, based in Brugg AG, sees itself as a contact point for SMEs when it comes to innovation consulting. Since innovative materials and material quality offer a good opportunity to differentiate themselves from competitors, the analysis of materials is of crucial importance for manufacturing companies.

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We are looking to strengthen our team in materials testing with immediate effect:

Engineer in material and component testing

Your duties:

- Clarifying the inspection tasks with the customer
- Creation of offers
- Execution of order processing in material and component testing
- Construction of test setups with corresponding measurement technology
- Performing measurements and recording the measurement data
- Evaluation and documentation of the results in test reports
- Maintenance of existing customer contacts

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We are looking to strengthen our "inorganic analytics" team as of July 1, 2020 or by appointment:


  • Independent planning, execution, evaluation, assessment and documentation of elemental analyses (ICP-MS, ICP-OES, AAS, XRF), among others in GMP and ISO 17025 environment
  • Development and validation of methods as well as statistical data evaluation and documentation according to GMP and ISO regulations in close cooperation with the customer
  • Creation of quality-relevant documents (e.g. analysis regulations, SOPs, WIs) and processing of deviations, OOSs and CoCs
  • Active participation in the continuous improvement of systems, laboratory organisation and documents
  • Participation in internal and external audits within the framework of ISO 9001, ISO 17025 and GMP
  • Close cooperation with the organic analysis and R&D departments of Suisse Technology Partners AG within the scope of development projects
  • Substitute of the laboratory responsible for "Elemental analysis

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This year's spring meeting of the DGM/DVM-AG Material Fatigue took place on 5 and 6 March 2020 at Suisse TP in Neuhausen am Rheinfall.

23 representatives of 8 German universities from the industry started their meeting with tours through the companies Russenberger Prüfmaschinen (RUMUL) and Suisse TP. As hosts Mr. Markus Berchtold (RUMUL) and Mr. Günter Bergmann (STP) opened the conference together with Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ulrich Krupp (DGM) and Prof. Dr. Gerhard Biallas (DVM). Afterwards, the lectures on the subject of material fatigue started. For example on the fatigue behavior of field-active sintered semi-finished products made of recycled aluminum chips or the fatigue behavior in the transition area between HCF and VHCF of additive-manufactured titanium alloys.

With around 80 technical committees, joint committees and working groups, in which more than 2,500 experts meet every year, the DGM (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Materialkunde e.V.) links natural science-oriented materials scientists with engineering-dominated materials technicians as well as theory with practice and research with industry - and all this at the highest international level.

The DVM (German Association for Materials Research and Testing) has been promoting knowledge transfer in the fields of structural integrity, materials research, and materials and component testing since 1896. Experts from industry and research institutes meet in currently twelve multidisciplinary networked working groups and various event formats to discuss the latest research results and define future research goals across sectors.

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