think beyond hybrid.

Technology.

Robotised Injection Moulding
ROBIN

With ROBIN we teach injection moulding how to fly.

The biggest challenge in the realisation of manufacturing processes for the production of hybrid components is often the high mould costs and the great effort required for the installation of the necessary plant technology.
With our system, we lower the barrier to enable the rapid use of our injection moulding technology in your production.
We think beyond the process and bring the machine and the mould to the part.
The innovative core of our system is the lightweight clamping system, in which we have played out our experience in the design of lightweight, load-bearing functional structures. The most important facts:
  • Load-bearing carbon C-frame
  • Integrated compensation kinematics for parallelisation of the mould sides
  • Maximum clamping force: up to 6 to 10 tonnes (adjustable depending on the cantilever arm length)
  • Cantilever arm length: approx. 600 mm to 1 m (adjustable)
We rely on a piston injection moulding system.
  • Low maintenance costs
  • High system efficiency even with low shot weights
  • Maximum shot weight of approx. 50 g
  • Processing of all common thermoplastics (up to PEEK)
Depending on the process conditions, we can use individual linear axis systems or complex 6-axis robotics.
  • Variable positioning in the room
  • Very good integration ability in existing production lines
  • Co-movement in the process, e.g. in continuous processing (extrusion)
We rely on simple, compact and thus cost-effective mould systems only where they are needed.
  • Use of master mould systems
  • Mould changing station
  • Mould change in less than one minute
  • Variable mould materials
  • Integrated temperature control

The process.

Sequential injection moulding

Place their functional elements independently of each other in different positions of the basic structure.
  • Variable positioning of the functional elements
  • Separating the process steps
  • Independent element design
  • Rapid mould change

Profile mit mehreren Metern Länge und lokalen Durchbrüchen. Anspritzen von lokalen Abdichtungen. Anspritzen von Rippen zur lokalen Verstärkung der Struktur. Variables Aufbringen der Verstärkung je nach Bedarf. Funktionalisierte Tragstruktur.

Integration into continuous production lines

Due to the mobility of the ROBIN system, injection moulding technology can be integrated into continuous production lines such as extrusion or pultrusion.
  • Exploitation of the process heat
  • Functionalisation at regular or irregular intervals
  • Design of profiles that are variable in cross-section

Cooperating ROBIN systems

Depending on the size of the component and the required cycle time, several ROBIN systems can be used cooperatively together.
  • Variable adaptation of the process section to different components
  • Modular and scalable manufacturing process for hybrid structures
  • Mould change in less than one minute

Integration at the assembly line

Expansion of the production and assembly line to include ROBIN systems for applying various functional elements to large structures as well as entire car bodies.
  • Injection moulding functionalisation in continuously moving process lines
  • Good accessibility enables injection moulding functionalisation of even complex assemblies
  • No ejection of components necessary

References.

Out of the press

Awards

JEC AWARD 2021

11. June 2021|

ANYBRID is now really getting into its stride and, together with the Institute for Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology at the TU Dresden, wins the JEC AWARD 2021 in the "Equipment and Machinery" category.

JEC AWARD 2021

11. June 2021|

ANYBRID is now really getting into its stride and, together with the Institute for Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology at the TU Dresden, wins the JEC AWARD 2021 in the "Equipment and Machinery" category.

Do you have any questions, suggestions or other concerns? We look forward to hearing from you.

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