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New students started their internship in February with challenging assignments

As an innovative company, ENDUTEQ is often actively involved in new developments. On the one hand due to trends and developments in the market, on the other hand by following on from previously developed concepts.

For several years we have been offering interesting and challenging internship and graduation opportunities for HBO and WO students. In the coming six months, 2 students will start again with challenging assignments.

Bram Kaal started his graduation project in February. He studies Mechanical Engineering at the HAN in Arnhem. He will conduct research into a dynamic fatigue test system, with which larger products/materials are subjected to dynamic tests up to 100kN, with frequencies up to 20Hz. The drive system must be electromechanical.

Richard Fierkens also started his in-depth internship in February. Richard studies Mechatronics at the Fachhochschule in Kleve.  It is the first time that a student of a Fachhochschule from Germany is active with us. Richard is going to set up a test program with which new software building blocks can be extensively tested for functionality; without the need for a complete machine to be available.

We wish Bram and Richard a lot of success and fun with these challenging assignments!