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Does your system include requirements for in-process geometric validation of critical part characteristics and tooling? Do you need to quickly gather geometric measurement data for tooling and fixtures being used on the production floor, and to be quickly re-qualified? To validate surfaces and trim edges on composite parts? What about drilling and/or assembling critical aircraft components precisely aligned to the specific part or aircraft datum? Want to align and calibrate motions, such as wing flaps, in all 6 degrees of freedom (6Dof)? We can help you achieve these.
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Dassault aviationDassault Aviation is one of the major companies in the worldwide aerospace industry.
Dassault company uses Kreon scanners on several sites to control areas outside and inside the fuselage of military aircrafts or business jets (Falcon). Kreon scanners with measurement arms and software help in product development. In addition they are used for quality control of complete assemblies, due to the extremely high accuracy.
AirbusBy using Kreon Technologies and Dufieux Industries (manufacturer of special machines for the aeronautics industries) Airbus company has set up self-adaptive machining systems in production.
The final goal was to machine the massive sheet metal parts of the Airbus A380 fuselage. The sheet metal parts may be deformed during the process so it is necessary to measure the distortion in order to correct the machining toolpath in real time.Due to the integration of the Kreon technology directly inside the machine, it becomes possible to drive the whole system by a programmable logic controller.