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Kunststoffe international 2019/03

Continuous-Fiber-Reinforced Parts Safely in Sight

Integrated Production Monitoring Boosts the Reliability of KraussMaffei’s FiberForm Process

Continuous-Fiber-Reinforced Parts  Safely in Sight

Lightweight parts with integrated functions can be produced efficiently by combining injection molding with the thermoforming of continuous-fiber-reinforced thermoplastic inserts. KraussMaffei has taken the production cell and adapted its layout with a view to achieving precision positioning of the organic sheet and the shortest-possible transfer time to the mold. Software integrated into the machine control system supplies all the quality-related process data necessary for seamless monitoring and evaluation.

Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Schierl; Dr. Mesut Cetin; Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Christian Herrmann; Dipl.-Ing. Martin Würtele

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