Unisign prominently included in Siemens Reference manual for Aerospace Manufacturing
The Aerospace Industry has a long history of being a pioneer and early adapter of machining from carbon fiber manufacturing many years ago to additive manufacturing and robotics today.
As booming demand has increased the complexity of supply chain challenges, the Aerospace industry is once again leading the way to integrate the manufacturing and assembly process.
Siemens is striving to continue to be a valuable partner to the Aerospace industry by developing digital factory concepts and technologies to aid in all areas in aerospace manufacturing, service and security.
The Siemens Aerospace Reference Manual intends to support aircraft manufacturers and suppliers to the Aerospace industry in finding the ideal production resources for their particular production task.
With today’s integral components made of aluminium and titanium, chip removal rates of more than 90% have become common. This new chipping volume can only be achieved cost-effectively, precisely and with perfect surface quality by using 5-axis an high- speed cutting (HPC) technology. Only a vendor who understands the high requirements of real-world aerospace applications is able to develop tailored solutions.
As a technology leader, Siemens offers individual and complete solution concepts. Combined with the knowledge of leading machine tool builders (like Unisign) customers get a mechatronics system optimized for their needs.
Read here Unisign’s references, placed in the Siemens Reference manual.
Reference — Aerostructures