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Aeronautic robotic cell STAXX ONE
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aeronautic robotic cell
aeronautic robotic cell
aeronautic robotic cell
aeronautic robotic cell
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Characteristics

Applications
for aeronautics
Other characteristics
automatic

Description

The STAXX ONE Single Tow End-Effector is a highly flexible small and lightweight automated fiber placement end-effector. With its mass of about 40kg it can be mounted on any standard industrial robot. It allows automated fiber placement of complex parts and it supports a wide range of materials such as PrePreg, TowPreg and Dry Fiber material. The optional heated layup table can additionally be equipped with an NC-controlled turning device. TECHNICAL DATA Material spool with tow tension control Optional: Level measurement Compaction roller out of stainless steel or anti-stick polymer coating Controlled pneumatic compaction unit force up to 30dN (~kg) Backfilm collection spool Internal water cooling for prepreg material Deflection roll Optional: Tow break detection Robust cutting unit for tows above 50k Controlled Heating unit with infrared emitter, diode laser or flash-lamp Material flexibility: Any given width from 1/8‘‘ width up to 2‘‘ (50,08 mm) 2 Sets of compaction rollers for ¼” and ½” SPECIAL FEATURES R+D FLEXIBILITY COMBINED WITH INDUSTRIAL READINESS Various material types (PrePreg, TowPreg, Adhesives, DryFiber, etc.) Flexible Material size Siemens NC Controls Good accessibility for complex parts Modular cell concept COST EFFICIENT APPROACH No foundation needed Standardized system components DIGITAL TWIN Cell Layout CAM System for offline programmin based on 3D/2D CAD data Collision analysis Simulation for both, machine and layup concept

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