Anybrid’s ROBIN demonstrates inline/offline functionalization of profiles, 3D-printed panels and bio-based materials for more efficient, sustainable composite parts.
The readers of the news platform Leichtbauwelt voted us the winner of the "Pioneer of the Lightweight Engineering World 2022". ANYBRID won 33.1 percent of the votes by a wide margin.
The mobile injection molding "ROBIN" as a supplement to large-volume 3D printing. In this way, currently existing challenges in post-processing can be solved in a particularly elegant way.
Using lightweight technologies to make injection molding equipment so compact and light that it can take off with robotic assistance - that is Anybrid's vision. The start-up from Dresden knows how to convince not only with words, but also with its understanding of technology.
The world's first "flying injection moulding machine" was presented live to a broad audience at the K trade show in Düsseldorf. The versatility of the machine technology resulting from the newly gained mobility led to fascination among the visitors and the direct generation of ideas of possible applications.
It's there at last, the current issue of Kunststoffe with a detailed article on our mobile injection moulding ROBIN. The article focuses in particular on the cooperation between Rehau and us. We proudly present the results of the extensive tests in Rehau's technical centre.
Exciting article in the JEC Group magazine about our joint project with INOMETA and Mitsui. High-performance TAFNEX® tapes from Mitsui were processed into composite profiles at INOMETA using laser-based thermoplastic winding before they were functionalised with #ROBIN.
ANYBRID cooperates with HolyPoly and the ILK in the field of plastic reuse and demonstrates the recyclability.