Results catalogue

-Study the feasibility of adaptive machining to improve the assembly process. - 3 Categories of geometrical variation may happen. - Sub structure geometrical defect. - Wing panel not positioned per 3D while machining. - Wing panel thickness outside tol

Advances made in LOCOMACHS

- Automated on-machine 3D scanning of as-is geometries. - Adaptive machining for automated removal of sacrificial material. - Elimination of the need for precise clamping elements. Parts are just fixed on the machine for milling purpose. - Reducti

Contribution to LOCOMACHS High Level Objectives

  • Design and manufacturing rules defined and validated
  • Increased use of tolerance and variation management
  • Reduced recurring costs of shimming operations
  • Reduced recurring costs of dismantling operations
  • Reduced recurring costs through increased automation
  • Reduced NDI/NDT lead time
Lead partner DASSAV
Other partner(s) BCT
Contact Jean-Philippe Bos
Applicability field(s) Assembly automation
Assembly system simulations
Best fit build philosophy
Maturity
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This information was last updated on 01/01/1970