NCBJ Laboratories

We invite you to learn more about the opportunities offered by NCBJ laboratories:


Materials Research Lab



Radiation Protection Measurements Laboratory



Świerk Computing Centre



NOMATEN Centre of Excellence



Clean Room

Increasingly, companies need to carry out scientific research or the assembly of their prototypes or their preliminary tests in extremely sterile conditions - without contaminants such as dust, dust, fungi or bacteria. For this you need a specialized laboratory, the so-called Clean Room. Our laboratory meets stringent quality criteria, according to the international standard ISO 14 644-1-class 8.


Our laboratory consists of:

  • storage room,
  • dirty checkroom,
  • clean checkroom,
  • sluice room,
  • clean room with an area of 25m2.

The preferred form of cooperation, both for us and for our clients, is the long-term exclusive lease of the Clean Room laboratory by one company.

Clean Room

Who is it for?

The correspondingly high cleanliness class of the Clean Room laboratory allows research work to be carried out even by those industries where strict sterility conditions are required. Among them are: medicine and pharmacy, electronics or optoelectronics. It can be used to conduct, for example:

  • assembly of medical devices,
  • mixing of pharmaceutical products,
  • assembly of semiconductors,
  • assembly of electronic circuits,
  • construction of scintillation and semiconductor detectors,
  • hermetization of integrated circuits and other electronics components,
  • precision scientific measurements.

For more details and a quotation, please feel free to contact us:


Clean room laboratory cleanliness classes according to ISO 14644-1:

Optical Scanner Laboratory

If you need to accurately visualize an object, the measurement of which, due to complex organic shapes, is difficult or even impossible by traditional methods, the optical scanner is an excellent solution. With this method, you can obtain a high-resolution three-dimensional model of a given object, which can be used in further design, modification and personalization of an already existing product or quality control based on an existing design. We specialize in imaging objects with different properties and surface types.

Skaner 3D
Skaner 3D


Our ATOS II Triple Scan industrial optical scanner is characterized by high resolution, allowing imaging even of complex objects, whose elements are both small (even 38x29 mm) and quite large (2000x1500 mm).

We can scan large-size objects thanks to the use of an appropriate measurement system and specialized software. The special matting agents we use also give us the ability to scan shiny objects, transparent objects or models with dark surfaces.

Our scanner is equipped with a rotating platform, which allows us to significantly reduce imaging time. The fact that the scanning process is non-contact gives us the ability to examine even very delicate objects, such as antique, archaeological or bone models.

Who is it for?

Our lab is most often used by design and manufacturing companies that are looking for ways to:

  • imaging historical products (reverse engineering) and obtaining their designs in 3D,
  • quality control of their prototypes and non-mass products,
  • comparing a prototype with a digital design,
  • conducting strength simulations on a digital representation of the model,
  • detecting and eliminating discrepancies in the manufacturing process,
  • creating virtual models of products and developing their 3D documentation, including measurement reports including GD&T,
  • personalizing products for specific customers.

Optical scanner imaging is also used by public institutions, for example:

  • museums for documentation of monuments and museum specimens,
  • hospitals and clinics for personalizing orthoses, prostheses, orthopedic shoes and insoles for such footwear.

The most common industries using optical scanner research capabilities are:

  • industrial design
  • automotive
  • aerospace
  • medical
  • machinery
  • tooling
  • electronic
  • 3D printing

You are welcome to contact our laboratory: We will develop the most optimal 3D scanner research offer for you.

3D Printing Laboratory

We invite you to use our 3D printing lab. It's an excellent way to produce and test prototypes prior to serial production, and to produce small-batch or individual precision and unique components. With 3D printing, ordering parties reduce the cost of developing new products or components and reduce the risk of manufacturing errors. It also makes it possible to quickly replace damaged parts of machines and equipment.

Druk 3D

3D printing offers a wide range of applications in many industries. Our laboratory performs both prototypes of metal parts of machines and devices, as well as whole finished products with complex spatial structures. Our printer, working with DMLM (Direct Metal Laser Melting) technology, guarantees the ability to produce precise elements of any shape in metal. This technology involves melting a layer of metal powder using laser beam energy. In the next stage, a thin layer of material is applied to the model and the sintering process is repeated until a print that reproduces the digital 3D model is obtained. DMLM technologies are distinguished by the possibility of using a random sintering process using the so-called island remelting technique, which minimizes internal stresses in the resulting model and prevents its deformation.

Technical parameters of our 3D printer:

  • Working chamber dimensions: 90x90x80 mm             
  • Working chamber volume: 0.67 dm3
  • Volume of the powder chamber: 1.34 dm3
  • Laser power: 100 W
  • Wavelength: 1070 mm
  • Layer thickness: 20-50 µm
  • Maximum scanning speed: 7 m/s
  • Focus diameter: 50 µm
  • Speed: 1-5 cm3/h (depending on material and printing parameters)

The most commonly used metallic powders include:

  • CL20ES, stainless steel 1.4404
  • CL41TI ELI, titanium alloy (TiAl6V4)
  • CL 80CU, bronze

Who is it for?

3D printing is a particularly attractive solution for those industries where geometrically complex parts need to be designed, manufactured and tested in a short time, which would be too costly to obtain by injection molding.

The industries most likely to use this option are:

  • automotive
  • aerospace
  • railroad
  • space
  • engineering
  • foundry
  • defense
  • construction and architecture
  • jewelry
  • medical and dental
  • advertising

Feel free to contact us: We will be happy to prepare a quotation for you, which is priced individually depending on the volume of the digital model, the material used and the number of samples.