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Mr. M.Sc.
Frederik Wulle
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University of Stuttgart
Institute for Control Engineering of Machine Tools and Manufacturing Units
Seidenstr. 36
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
Consultation

By appointment

Subject:

Additive Manufacturing

  • Investigation of manufacturing of biomimetic structures and composite components for the construction industry
  • Processes with thermoplastics (FDM/FLM)
  • Development of printheads
  • Controll systems

Online identification of pose-dependent dynamic behavior of lightweight machine tools

 
Publications:
  1. 2017

    1. Wulle, Frederik ; Coupek, Daniel ; Schäffner, Florian ; Verl, Alexander ; Oberhofer, Felix ; Maier, Thomas: Workpiece and Machine Design in Additive Manufacturing for Multi-Axis Fused Deposition Modeling. In: Procedia CIRP, Procedia CIRP. Bd. 60, Elsevier (2017), S. 229–234
  2. 2015

    1. Apprich, Stefanie ; Wulle, Frederik ; Lechler, Armin ; Pott, Andreas ; Verl, Alexander: Pose-Dependency of Machine Tool Structures: Appearance, Consequences and challenges for Lightweight Large-Scale Machines. In: International Journal of Mechanical, Aerospace, Induastrial, Mechatronic and Manufacturing Engineering, International Journal of Mechanical, Aerospace, Induastrial, Mechatronic and Manufacturing Engineering. Bd. 9 (2015b), Nr. 10, S. 1763–1770
    2. Apprich, Stefanie ; Wulle, Frederik ; Lechler, Armin ; Pott, Andreas ; Verl, Alexander: Approach for a General Pose-dependent Model of the Dynamic Behavior of Large Lightweight Machine Tools for Vibration Reduction. In: Procedia \CIRP\, Procedia \CIRP\. Bd. 41 (2015a), S. 812 – 817. — Research and Innovation in Manufacturing: Key Enabling Technologies for the Factories of the Future - Proceedings of the 48th CIRP Conference on Manufacturing Systems
Teaching:
  • Applied Control Systems in Manufacturing Facilities
  • Supervision of bachelor, study and master theses