Cases

Adaptive Mould D200 for Concrete

This mould was made for Arabtec Construction, and this picture was taken in Aalborg, Denmark, right before it was shipped to Dubai. This Adaptive Mould is one of the nine double-curved moulds purchased by Arabtec.

These moulds are part of a solution to fabricate the ceiling panels (using reinforced concrete) for a prominent architectural project, which is currently under construction in Abu Dhabi.

Adaptive Moulds D300 and S300 for Concrete

These moulds belong to Limak Construction and are located at the construction site for the upcoming passenger terminal at Kuwait International Airport.

The solution contains a total of 85 Adaptive Moulds, which includes double-curved and single-curved machines. These are used to fabricate external shells and flank walls, using reinforced concrete. They are expected to complete making 36,960 panels in 13,000 different geometries by the end of 2022.

Adaptive Mould D100 for Thermoplastics

This picture was taken at the Curve Works facility in the Netherlands. They use our mould to find innovative ways to fabricate various composite elements for several industries, with a larger focus on the Marine industry.

In addition to developing a 3D thermoformed structural foam kit for the marine industry, they have also collaborated on various projects like the Seabubbles Water Taxi to craft the windshield, and the Rán Fast 40+ to build its hull.

Adaptive Mould D300 for Composites

These moulds can be found at Advanced Fibreglass Industries, in Dubai. They are part of a three-mould solution that is used to augment their in-house capabilities in making composite parts.

These Adaptive Moulds are used to fabricate fiberglass panels for various projects in UAE and across the Middle East. The applications for these panels range from the internal facades of various government projects, to various theme park elements.

Adaptive Mould D200 for Glass

This mould was made-to-order for a leading glass components manufacturer based in Europe. These moulds are made in such a way that they can be placed inside large autoclaves, and can withstand temperatures of up to 660°C.

The application for the glass panels curved/fabricated using this mould, could range from making curved exterior glass panels of buildings, to fabricating windshields and sunroofs of vehicles.