News: Adapa joins The Danish Business Pavilion – EXPO2020

News: Adapa joins The Danish Business Pavilion – EXPO2020

Adapa A/S is proud to announce a partnership with The Danish Business Pavilion, Expo 2020

The Danish Business Pavilion is to present Denmark in Dubai at the EXPO 2020.

It comes natural to us to become a partner to the Danish Business Pavilion in Dubai, as many of our Adaptive Moulds are in good use in the UAE, in application materials such as concrete, composites and thermoplastic. We take part in building some of the regions finest architectural constructions and look forward to be a partner in exposing the competence of Denmark to the world” says John Sohn, Director sales, Adapa A/S.

Please find the full press release on the Danish Business Pavilion’s webpage xpo2020.dk

 

Adapa Flexible Moulds Can Create Any Shape

Adapa Flexible Moulds Can Create Any Shape

Adapa, a Danish manufacturer of reconfigurable moulds that is relatively new to the region, has forged strong connections in the construction market and has already started supplying to prominent projects, such as the new terminal at the Kuwait International Airport. Its trademarked Adaptive Moulds is a state-of-the-art technology that leverages lean manufacturing principles to produce complex curved panels on flexible moulds.

We are pioneers within the field of flexible robotic moulds and there is no rivalling technology or product,” 

Read more here – http://bit.ly/2BScIec

Publication: Gulf Construction
First Appeared On: December 2018
Author: Editor
Channel(s): Print and Digital

Reconfigurable Tooling: Revolutionizing Composites Manufacturing

Reconfigurable Tooling: Revolutionizing Composites Manufacturing

Although composites offer many benefits, the historically high costs and long cycle times required for manufacturing components from complex, fiber-reinforced materials have been and remain a challenge. Application of automation and digital technology to fabrication processes have yielded some spectacular cost-cutting success stories. Among them are automated fiber and tape placement, high-pressure resin transfer molding (HP-RTM) and, most recently, fast robotic processing of preforms. The latter has promised to eliminate a longstanding bottleneck in the production of complex 3D parts.

Read more here – http://bit.ly/CW17Adapa

Publication: Composites World
First Appeared On: 20th September 2017
Author: Ginger Gardiner
Channel(s): Online

Adaptive mould to be used for the new Kuwait International Airport

Adaptive mould to be used for the new Kuwait International Airport

Adapa has been selected to take part in the construction for this gigantic airport building. We will be in charge of delivering Adaptive Moulds to the project and consult on critical moulding elements. We look forward to participating in this great project with our first delivery in December 2016.

 

Project

Kuwait International Airport is planned to significantly increase capacity and establish a new regional air hub in the Gulf – these strategic aims will be matched by a state-of-the-art terminal building, which will provide the highest levels of comfort for passengers and will set a new environmental benchmark for airport buildings. Its design is rooted in a sense of place, responsive to the climate of one of the hottest inhabited environments on earth and inspired by local forms and materials.

 

Project Specifications

  • Passenger per year: 25 million
  • Area: 708,000 square metre
  • Costs: US$4.34 billion

 

Project Partners

  • Client: Ministry of Public Works – Kuwait
  • Contractor: Limak
  • Structural Engineer: Arup
  • Architect: Forsters & Partners