Data Acquisition and Monitoring for Thermoplastic Components Produced Using Automated Fibre
A.R. Chadwick, P. Dreher
DLR e. V., Stuttgart, Germany
M. Willmeroth, DLR e. V., Augsburg, Germany
Standard thermoplastic manufacturing methods, such as autoclave and hot-press production, provide minimal spatially-resolved information on process parameters incident on the workpiece. In contrast, the localised, additive nature of automated fibre placement can provide a much higher resolution database for temperature values by utilising an appropriate acquisition and analysis tool. Such a tool has been developed at the German Aerospace Center (DLR), allowing researchers to optimise laser-heating control parameters, predict and reduce the total waste material volume, and provide 3D spatially-resolved information for comparison with nondestructive testing analysis in the post manufacturing stage.
ITHEC 2018 Manuscript P08
Publication date: 01/10/2018
Manuscript P08 published in Conference Proceedings ITHEC 2018
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