Reduction of production preparation time and costs due to the use of computer-integrated systems for designing and manufacturing complex shaped surfaces based on modern molding processes
The use of a laser for the formation of shaped surfaces allows you to avoid the use of heavy equipment, high-cost and metal-intensive stamping equipment, which significantly contributes to resource conservation and production flexibility
Laser-formed structures have higher resistance to working loads, which increases their operational characteristics. When using existing methods of forming, it will allow to use all the reserves that are included in them and to use them more rationally
The main advantages (strengths) of the development
Laser forming is a non-contact, flexible process that is easily reconfigurable, does not require heavy metal-capable equipment and tools, and allows the formation of hard, elastic materials and brittle materials.
Among the thermal methods of forming, laser forming is advantageously distinguished by the fact that the laser beam, as a heat source, is stable, dosed and can be clearly positioned
Processing without mechanical contact.
The possibility of forming shelves smaller than 3 mm.
Increased (by 10-15%) rigidity of structures.
The possibility of forming hard, brittle materials.
The fundamental concept is formulated
Requirements for engineering resources are defined
The basic requirements for production have been formulated
Schemes of basic business processes are defined
An initial assessment of benefits and risks has been completed