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Engineering Newcomer 2018

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Engineering Newcomer 2018

Bottling system wins the young talent prize

For the 5th time, norelem and CADENAS with support from the Bundesarbeitskreises Fachschule für Technik and solidpro GmbH have awarded the Engineering Newcomer prize for outstanding college projects.
This year first place went to three students from the Städtischen Technikerschule München (Municipal Technical College Munich), Korbinian Koch, Michael Balletshofer and Christoph Falk.
Their bottling system for hobby and micro brewers convinced the jury. With this device carbonated beverages of all kinds can be filled from various fermentation containers under a constant process pressure. The integrated measuring unit ensures the correct filling quantity of the bottles at each of the four independent filling stations and automatically terminates the filling process.
The capping unit is located next to the actual filling station. With this the filled bottles of different sizes can easily be capped with a crown cork.
They were rewarded with prize money of 4,000 EUR, half for the students themselves and half for their educational institution.
First place went to Korbinian Koch, Michael Balletshofer und Christoph Falk.
First place went to Korbinian Koch, Michael Balletshofer und Christoph Falk.
Dominic Mayer and Christoph Leibl, also from the Städtischen Technikerschule München secured second place with their plastic shredder and extruder.
In their project work they developed a solution approach to recycle plastic waste, so concentrating on the current problem of the increasing pollution of the oceans. The shredder shreds plastic waste and then heats it in the extruder to produce a recyclable plastic filament for 3D printing.
They were awarded with 1,000 EUR for the students and 1,000 EUR for their college.
Second place was won by Dominic Mayer und Christoph Leibl.
Second place was won by Dominic Mayer und Christoph Leibl.
Third prize went to Marcus Dietze, Patrick Klieber, Bastian Knorr and Tobias Guttenberger from the Grundig Akademie, Nürnberg.
Their "X-Duster" project was an offroad desert buggy with more than 1230 individual parts.
This project won them 500 EUR and another 500 EUR for their school
Marcus Dietze, Patrick Klieber, Bastian Knorr and Tobias Guttenberger achieved the third place.
Marcus Dietze, Patrick Klieber, Bastian Knorr and Tobias Guttenberger achieved the third place.
Again this year, the most creative educational institution was chosen on the basis of the perpetual list and rewarded with a prize money of 500 EUR.
The perpetual list is based on the number of entries submitted by an educational institution. The institution receives one point for each project submitted.
The winning schools receive additional points for their placement. The perpetual list has been maintained since 2014.
This year we congratulate the Städtische Technikerschule München, which successfully defended 1st place with a total score of 39 points.
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