Ozan Yalcinkaya

Even toys need Component 2.0 components.

YOLI is a successful toy company with a unique product for children: They have developed an intelligent, educational game that combines digital elements with the familiar experience we know from board games. The children are encouraged to participate in many different ways and learn how to collaborate with others. Recently […]

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Kathrine Hagen Rasmussen joins as Mechanical Engineer

Kathrine Hagen Rasmussen has joined our team as Mechanical Engineer! With a master’s degree in Design and Innovation from DTU, she has broad experience with engineering ranging from sustainable design thinking, user-focused concept development, and product optimization. During the next few months, she will be co-responsible for creating design solutions for […]

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Lasse Borg joins as Senior Consultant

We are excited to announce Lasse Borg has joined the Team. Component 2.0 is growing, and we couldn’t have hoped for a better candidate to be a part of our journey. Lasse is an expert in all-things kinematic construction, ranging from hearing aids to installation cranes for wind turbines. These […]

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DIN 1 and World War 1

On March 1st, 1918, at the end of WW1, the first DIN standard was published. The “DI-Norm 1” specified dimensions and materials for tapered pins used in mechanical engineering. With the new standard, the Germans would have a slight upper hand: Mass production of military equipment, with faster and cheaper […]

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Alexander visits Ferrari

We’ve just got our employee Alexander back home from his trip to Ferrari. Alex, alongside the DTU Roadrunners team, won third place in the Drivers World Championships at Shell Eco-Marathon. The price was an invitation to the Ferrari factory in Maranello, Italy. Here they got a glimpse of where they […]

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