Light and shock-proof
Whether you examine a spider’s web, the human anatomy, or a tree branch, it’s clear that in nature, different types of fiber are oriented and dimensioned to take specific loads. Fibre Composite construction adopts this smart design principle.
Our use of computational engineering and simulation of complex, dynamic loads means that we know precisely where the load paths run and where the high-stress areas are. That’s why we can design and build structures that draw on the lessons of evolution to outperform their metal counterparts. Our prototypes will meet or exceed the required weight budgets.
The image shows a frigate command console for which we used computer simulation to model detonation shock loadings. The resulting full-scale prototype tests were 100% successful, delivering a series of gains: weight saving, an ergonomic layout free of construction constraints, and a modular design
We can also produce the first batch of a newly-developed product so you don’t have to tie up your own capacity (Test series).
We can also produce the first batch of a newly-developed product so you don’t have to tie up your own capacity.