Maria Weiland was invited to present LOCOMACHS in the March edition 2016 (n°18) of Clean Sky's Skyline magazine. The article can be found on page 9.More
This project is co-funded by the European Union
LOCOMACHS focus on significantly reducing or totally eliminating the most time consuming and hence expensive non-added value operations, i.e. temporary assembly to check gaps, shimming, dismantling and tool handling.
The project will improve the design conditions which today strongly dictate the way part manufacturing and assembly is performed. Important step changes will be made by dramatically improving the use of tolerance and geometrical variation management.
The following scientific and technical objectives have been defined for the project: