COMPOSITE MATERIALS

The challenge due to the size of the part, anisotropic and non-homogeneous structure of composites and to the high abrasiveness of their reinforcing constituents to carry out machining of composite materials. This typically results in damage being introduced into the workpiece and in very rapid wear development in the cutting tool. Conventional machining processes such as milling, drilling or polishing can be applied to composite materials, provided proper machining conditions are adopted.

The contoured shapes of composite aircraft parts generally demand a multi-axis machining. Also a long range of X-Axis will be beneficial. However, the amount of power and torque required for hogging metal usually is not needed for composites materials. In fact, composites are often machined efficiently on lighter-duty CNC Robots that generally would never see a stone or metal part.

The CNC Robots are Extremely flexible solutions for the machining of composite parts: with long-range up to 30 meters, with the linier axis we can use to cover the large area for drilling. Our multitasking CNC Robotic system can perform stable and accurate machining with outside/inside cooling.
The advantages: greater scope and lower costs.
Cycle times can be shortened by adding more CNC Robots in the same controller.
productive and extremely accurate
The advantages: greater productivity and optimal process results.
Extremely versatile and powerful
The advantages: utmost reliability and long service life.
Perfectly equipped starting from handling heavy parts fully autonomous machining.
Our custom beds with special clamping and mounting system can be sized anywhere from 0.1 meter to 30 meters long, perfect even for machining tube or pipe. machine bed sizes and machining capability is unmatched. We provide service worldwide and continue to innovate intelligent and better products.
Traditional machining centers are expensive, and constrain fabricators with small, enclosed beds. They are difficult to load and unload, and large pieces need to be repositioned multiple times for the spindle to access the full part.