While doing so, our customers´ ideas and requirements for technique and product lead us the way. Combined with the excellent experience and know-how of our specialists innovative and pioneering systems are generated.
High-strength fibers with their mechanical properties can compare with steel. Moreover they are much lighter and have a significant higher bending strength than comparable steel. As a result completely new constructions, concepts and principals for the area of manipulators and lifting systems arise. Thus peripheral machine elements such as rope drums or drives can be designed essentially more compact and the entire system runs more efficiently.
Schmietex has set itself the goal of developping manipulators and lifting systems with these kinds of lifting devices to position them succesfully on the international market.
The aim of the project is to develop the effiLoad overall system and the modular overall concept of the basic machine to accommodate the modules for tape laying and the hybrid roving fixation of the basic system. In addition, research function samples are manufactured on the machine.
The objective of the innovation award is the development of a technology study and conception of a testing device for testing technical textiles and determining the penetration force. First of all, a systematisation of the already existing testing devices is to be developed. Furthermore, the standards that already deal with this topic are to be systematised and evaluated. Subsequently, a test device is to be designed with the help of which the testing of technical textiles and the determination of the penetration force is possible. Deviating tests or tests that are not possible on the test device are to be explicitly listed.
The demands placed on fibre-plastic composite components are increasing. The focus here is on multi-material systems that are to be produced by using intelligent manufacturing and processing steps. Such new material systems or hybrid materials require the development of new manufacturing technologies and suitable plant systems. The aim of the development is a material-variable manufacturing technology which allows the flexible adaptation of the semi-finished product structures to the component requirements. One of these requirements is the Z-reinforcement of hybrid materials. Textile-based processes are used to produce reinforcing structures of variable thickness, which have to be bonded together in the Z-direction with additional materials such as foams, nonwovens and cover layers made of knitted fabrics, woven fabrics etc. The Z-direction is also used for the production of the Z-structure. The result is flat semi-finished products that meet the requirements of lightweight construction.