Hydraulic press RTM series
compressionfor moldingfor aeronautics

hydraulic press
hydraulic press
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compression, for molding
Other characteristics
for aeronautics, automatic
Pressing force

Min.: 0 N

Max.: 10,000,000 N


RTM & HP RTM are manufacturing processes used to produce composites structural parts with very high mechanical properties. Thanks to its expertise as a composites molding machine supplier and a collaborative approach, Pinette P.E.I. delivers innovative RTM & HP RTM press sytems and production lines. FAST RTM TECHNOLOGY PLATFORM The Fast RTM technology platform - results of the eponym project – that is located at the Composite Park of Saint Avold in France which has been operational since April 2016. The “Fast RTM” project aims to meet industrials’ expectations by developing the tools and processes required for composites to earn their way into the automotive industry. It consists of a production line - including the ECS PRESS system - fully equipped, allowing to obtain all industrial developments needed to drive structural composite materials towards industrialization. Discover more about the fast RTM platform. FULLY AUTOMATED RESIN TRANSFER MOLDING (RTM) PRODUCTION LINE In partnership with the German group DLR, Pinette P.E.I. has designed an automated, high-speed resin transfer molding (RTM) cell for aerospace and automotive manufacturing applications that is designed to increase molded part throughput and improve process consistency. The fully automated production line, able to produce up to 100,000 parts a year features: Injection machine Tool integration Platen size up to 3,000 x 2,000 mm Heating and cooling platens Integrated heating power unit Upper mobile table for mold loading with enclosing guard insulation with trap for injection Automatic shuttle transfer system
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