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H2020 - ´LEOPARD´ LEarning OPtical Accuracy Reconnaissance Device - Búsqueda de fabricante de máquinas herramienta y sistemas ópticos asociados

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDDE20151005001
Publicado:
13/11/2015
Resumen:
Una empresa alemana especializada en simulación técnica está diseñando un proyecto para ampliar el sistema de control óptico de máquinas herramienta de alta precisión mediante un nuevo proceso de regulación adaptable de autoaprendizaje basado en cosimulación (análisis estructural de elementos finitos - FEA). La propuesta será presentada a la iniciativa "Fast Track to Innovation" del programa H2020. Se buscan fabricantes de máquinas herramienta y sistemas ópticos asociados interesados en métodos futuros de fabricación.

Details

Tittle:
H2020 - ´LEOPARD´ LEarning OPtical Accuracy Reconnaissance Device - manufacturer of machine tools and related optical systems sought
Summary:
A German company active in technical simulation is planning a project to extend the optical control system of high precision machine tools by means of a novel co-simulation (structural FEA/ finite element analysis) based self-learning adaptive regulation process. The proposal is foreseen for the call H2020 - Fast Track to Innovation. Potential partners for research agreements are manufacturers of machine tools and related optical systems interested in future methods of manufacturing.
Description:
A German company specialised in technical simulation (CAE - computer aided engineering) together with a university of applied science are going to submit a proposal under the Fast Track to Innovation Call with the goal to extend the high precision machining optical control system by means of a novel co-simulation based self-learning adaptive regulation process.

Currently, high precision machining takes place within a process control loop based on optical measurement, comparing the machined part to an ideal CAD geometry. Due to bending while clamped and/or thermal expansion any part shows a deformed geometry. This deformed geometry may return to its original shape as soon as it is cooled down and unrestrained, otherwise deformation remains. Hence, the comparison of the machined part to the ideal CAD geometry can never lead to accurate milling results. This is in particular true for e.g. composite materials and polymers.
Structure FE (finite element) simulation is able to predict elastic and plastic deformation due to bending and thermal expansion of the template geometry. Comparison of the ideal shape (CAD geometry) and the machined part needs to be corrected with the information of the structure simulation, since the machined part has to correspond to the CAD geometry in a cold and unclamped / unrestrained situation.
In the frame of a factory of the future scenario, the co-simulation could run on any machine in the wider production network. Co-simulation will guide cyber-physical systems to adaptive and flexible handling. Patent holder of the LEOPARD concept is a German university of applied science. Proposing partners are
University of applied science (Germany)
Manufacturer of machine tools (Germany)
Company active in technical simulation (Germany)

Required partners:
Machine tool manufacturers (construction, programming, machining, testing, exploitation) and corresponding manufacturer of optical control systems (measurement, programming, testing, exploitation).
End user (producer of machined parts), (definition of tasks, specification, testing, exploitation).
System integrator (e.g. non-university research institution),(implementation, integration, dissemination)

The proposal will be submitted under the H2020 - Fast Track to Innovation Call - deadline 01/12/2015 - deadline for EoIs would be 20/11/2015
Stage of Development:
Proposal under development

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
- Type of partner sought: Industrial partner should be an innovative machine tool manufacturer alongside with the corresponding optical measurement system manufacturer. Further, the end user should be a producer of machined parts, who defines the tasks and is in charge of the specification sheets A large and experienced non-university research institution in the field of manufacturing and future production as system integrator. - Specific area of activity of the partner: manufacturing, machining, in particular machining of polymers and composite materials; manufacturing of machine tools - Tasks to be performed by the partner: provision of machine tool and equipment, specification, process control software development, testing, exploitation
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Industry 250-499
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
German

Dissemination

Programme-call

Anticipated Project Budget:
2-3 mio -Y-euro;
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
01/12/2015
Project Duration:
144
Project title and Acronym:
LEOPARD