Whether you want to build a new opera house or just cast a new prototype of a windmill blade, the adaptive mould caters to all needs.

The adaptive mould isn’t very different from conventional moulds, except that it is both reconfigurable and CAD-controlled.The benefit(s) of reusing and re-configuring moulds should be quite evident to anyone who has ever worked with moulds. Precision moulds costs many man-hours to produce and will only fabricate one particular shape. Whereas the Adaptive Mould is capable of producing countless shapes, repeatable if necessary.

Composite Applications


It is suited for most composite fabrication processes.The composite mould is made for tighter tolerances and smaller curvatures than others.

Thermoplastics Applications


Customized for thermosetting plastics, this mould is equipped to work with heating blankets. It works with both, Infrared and convection.

Concrete Applications


This mould is made for heavier loads, and can handle thickness of up to 16 cms. It’s designed to be compatible with wet and dirty environments.

Glass Applications


The adaptive glass mould is in a different class all together. The mould is integrated in a slumping glass kiln with a working temperature of 700°C.