3D adaptive mould technology
The adaptive mould is a robotic technology that leverages lean manufacturing principles to produce curved panels.
It can be used to create uniquely shaped single-curved or double-curved panels. This is a far superior technology compared to traditional moulding techniques, and offer rapid production cycle times, reduced cost and manual labor and improves the working environment while waste is brought to a minimum.
The mould can be used to form non-repetitive panels, or it can be used to create moulding casts for semi-repetitive requirements.
Surface shape is created directly from the 3D design drawings from where the mould automatically takes the desired shape within minutes.
Two minute introduction to the adaptive mould technology
Robotic moulds for manufacture of curved surfaces
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The journey Adapa has enjoyed for almost 10 years is incredible It took more than five years of development and testing, before the adaptive mould concept as you know it today, was fully described and delivered to the first customer. Our great break trough...read more
Visit us to see, feel and experience an adaptive mould We are pleased to welcome clients and partners in our workshop in Aalborg, Denmark, where we have set up a D200 adaptive mould with active casting area 1800 mm x 1000 mm x 600 mm and...read more
Firm says it is proud to complete the roof structure milestone despite the adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions enforced "the moulds for the blocks were designed by Adapa, a Danish company specialised in mechanical innovation and...read more
We are pleased that our adaptive moulds are mentioned in Fabricate 2020. We recommend reading the Fabricate 2020 book and wishes to highlight the important and fundamental progress achieved by Werner Sobek AG, by bringing in cutting edge technologies in a...read more
Gurit introduces in their April 2020 Marine Newsletter, that the marine industry can save weight when using their Corecell material for forming curved panels on an adaptive mould. The material and the thermoforming manufacture process has already been used...read more
Change in Adapa A/S ownership and new Chairman A group of 5 key-employees in Adapa have increased their shareholder position and now hold the majority of the shares in the company. The 5 partners: Claus Løkke, CEO Endika Delgado, Engineering Mogens Pedersen,...read more