Laser Stripping Becomes a Reference in the Field of Cabling Over the last two decades the aerospace industrial landscape has seen a tremendous surge in laser processing solutions (cutting, welding, marking, etc.). Electrical harness manufacturing is a booming sector driven by the strong growth of aircraft production and the race for autonomous cars (multiplication of sensors and multimedia systems, complexity of the harnesses). The use of high-precision laser solutions for marking or stripping of a lighter, technical and sensitive electric cable is constantly increasing. In recent years, cable laser stripping machines have followed a trend of sophistication, increased power, size and capacity to try to penetrate new markets in the industry. Laselec has chosen to work against the flow by relying on innovation, miniaturization, ergonomics and ease of use. Laselec has developed Sylade, a patented technology for contactless cable stripping based on laser diodes. Sylade technology is integrated in the field of aerospace cabling and offers a level of precision, quality and consistency far superior than that of traditional tools. Laser stripping is establishing itself as the best solution for the stripping of shielded, twisted and multi-filament cables and meets the new requirements of the aerospace standards ASD EN2812, SAE AIR6894 updated and published in recent months. The Sylade products - available as a stand-alone or integrated in an automated harness manufacturing solution- perfectly meets the need for stripping aluminum cables used in the transport sectors as well. Their use guarantess not to damage the ultra-sensitive strands of these new families of technical cables. Public Relations Contact : Marie-Line LAVAL, Global Sales Director firstname.lastname@example.org +33 (0)5 82 950 550 www.laselec.com
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Press release October 2016 LASELEC CELEBRATES 15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY WITH ELECTRICAL HARNESS AUTOMATION AT NBAA 2016 Founded in 2001, LASELEC designs and manufactures cutting-edge electrical wire processing equipment: UV laser wire markers, laser wire strippers, interactive harness assembly boards, harness braiding machines. This wide range of products demonstrates the company’s willingness for continuous innovation and leadership in the latest trends in aircraft electrical harness manufacturing – And that latest trend is AUTOMATION ! LASELEC will present its automatic solutions in a special presentation at the NBAA 2016 show: The RAPIDSHARE Automated Wire Processing Line Prior to RapidShare being launched, the first step in the manufacturing process of an aerospace electrical harness started with the marking and cutting of wires. Next the operator had to manually group the batch of wires. Then the operator would label and sort those batches for production processing before sending them to the shop floor for assembly on a form board. Laselec has initiated the new trend in the harness manufacturing with GE Aviation being the first customer to experience an unprecedented level of automation. RapidShare is a solution designed to automate wire processing production. The RapidShare robot arm, attached to the ULYS Modena laser wire marker, is able to perform automatic tasks such as: labelling, stripping, crimping, bundling and kitting processes. The operator is now free to handle multiple tasks/machines instead of operating a single marking machine for an entire shift. RapidShare’s compatibility with the ULYS Modena line of laser wire markers has allowed companies, such as Airbus Group which owns several Laselec’s markers, to upgrade to the automated production system that has increased their competitiveness. Also on display during NBAA 2016, is the ALL NEW Sylade 7 laser wire stripper . The Laselec patented laser cutting technology is a safe solution for jacket stripping of MIL-SPEC cables. This all new version features a trigger sensor, auto-select strip lengths and a faster cutting process. With SYLADE, jacket stripping becomes SAFE, QUICK and FUN! The EasyWiring interactive harness form board will be on display at NBAA 2016 as well. This digital wiring harness board replaces the traditional wooden boards. The embedded software provides a step by step guided assembly processes to increase manufacturing productivity and reduce cabling errors. In addition to Rapidshare, LASELEC has also launched its new over-braiding machine. The BRAIDO series provides complete automation for the production of overbraiding. The software, developed by LASELEC, offers many functions allowing a significant increase in productivity. BRAIDO customers especially appreciate the simplicity of the braiding operation as well as the machine’s impressive speed and low noise reduction. By networking different BRAIDO machines the operator can begin the work on one machine and transfer the job to another machine and still maintain the continuity of the traceability data. LINK BELOW FOR COMPLETE PRESS RELEASE. For further information: Frederick Viaut, Sales Manager email@example.com Richard Hinegardner, Sales Representative Richard.firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 817-460-7830 www.laselec.com
LAUAK GROUP, MANUFACTURER OF AIRCRAFT PARTS AND STRUCTURES SINCE 1975 LAUAK Group was founded in 1975 as ESKULANAK by Jean-Marc Charritton, the current CEO, to supply sheet metal parts to Dassault. It is one of the major direct sub-contractors in France for detail parts, heat exchangers and assembly of subsets (tanks and engine pylons) for the aerospace industry. In the early 2000s, LAUAK Group launched a strategy based on acquisition and development and created a subsidiary abroad to ensure expansion, integrate new skills and improve its competitiveness. Today, LAUAK Group is a solid and durable partner for key aircraft manufacturers (AIRBUS, DASSAULT AVIATION, EMBRAER, EUROCOPTER and IAI), aero-structure leaders (AERNNOVA, AEROLIA, DAHER SOCATA, LATECOERE, SOGERMA…) and major suppliers (LIEBHERR, SAFRAN and HONEYWELL SECAN). LAUAK Group will be at the Paris Airshow (Le Bourget) on June 15 until June 21st 2015. Visit them at Hall 2A - D198 and find out more about their products and services! Please watch videos below to find more information about LAUAK: LAUAK GROUP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFvr-nMiSqQ LAUAK Groups Structural Assembly for the Aerospace Industry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMDrX_ngaEs LAUAK Group: Machining for the Aerospace Industry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Gi5mz-Mo-k LAUAK Groups Surface Treatment for the Aerospace Industry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wox-Uw329iM
LAUAK GROUP, MANUFACTURER OF AIRCRAFT PARTS AND STRUCTURES SINCE 1975 LAUAK Group was founded in 1975 as ESKULANAK by Jean-Marc Charritton, the current CEO, to supply sheet metal parts to Dassault. It is one of the major direct sub-contractors in France for detail parts, heat exchangers and assembly of subsets (tanks and engine pylons) for the aerospace industry. In the early 2000s, LAUAK Group launched a strategy based on acquisition and development and created a subsidiary abroad to ensure expansion, integrate new skills and improve its competitiveness. Today, LAUAK Group is a solid and durable partner for key aircraft manufacturers (AIRBUS, DASSAULT AVIATION, EMBRAER, EUROCOPTER and IAI), aero-structure leaders (AERNNOVA, AEROLIA, DAHER SOCATA, LATECOERE, SOGERMA…) and major suppliers (LIEBHERR, SAFRAN and HONEYWELL SECAN). LAUAK Group will be at the Paris Airshow (Le Bourget) on June 15 until June 21st 2015. Visit them at Hall 2A - D198 and find out more about their products and services! Watch video below:
Earlier this month, UBIFRANCE brought a French delegation at the AUVSI show in Washington D.C., where six French companies presented their cutting edge technologies at the world’s largest unmanned systems and robotics symposium and exhibition.
WorkFly , one of the French companies present during the event, exhibited their innovative Flitting-Sensor , an aerial vehicle of E category (French standards) designed to fit the new RPA directive (Remotely Piloted Aircraft). WorkFly was recently featured on the Washington Post.
Click here to read the rest of the article on this innovative French company that’s starting to make noise on the drone industry.
The AUVSI show is well underway in Washington, D.C., and our French delegation is amidst among the 8,000 attendees from over 40 countries and 600 exhibitors on the biggest exhibition of all things unmanned in the world.
One of the French delegates, WORFKLY , is currently exhibiting their products and technologies at the UBIFRANCE booth. This innovative French company is exhibiting the Flitting-Sensor-S3 , an aerial vehicle of E category (French standards) designed to fit the new RPA directive (Remotely Piloted Aircraft). UAV-UAS drones are unmanned aerial vehicles with flight and tasks managed by an on-board computer.
The RPA is controlled by an operator at any time with a redundant wireless secured link through a GCS (defined as Ground Control Station).
The UAV can be equipped with a large panel of payload (camera for photography shots and movies, thermal camera for thermagrophay analysis or various other sensors).
The Flitting-Sensor System is composed of two main parts, the flying structure and the ground device.
The flying structure is made up of the aerial vehicle and its accessories (battery packs, payload, protection frame…).
The ground device is the GCS with the Human Machine Interface that allow pilot to interact with the RPA and also include a set of chargers.
The flitting-Sensor system works on the principle of two cyclic rotors in opposite rotation. This principle offers many advantages compared to other flying systems:
· A much more secured flight
· A reinforced safety
· A good payload capacity
· An excellent flight endurance
· A better flight stability
· A better resistance to hard winds and turbulences
· A better reactivity in flight due to the symmetric conception
For more information on Workfly’s Flitting-Sensor System, download the attachment below, and visit Workfly.net and their YouTube page to learn more about their specialty in the drone industry!
Lastly, visit the UBIFRANCE booth 1726 & 1631 to meet the Worfkly team!
AUVSI, the world’s largest Unmanned Systems and Robotics Symposium and Exhibition since 1973, is set to start next week in Washington, D.C. UBIFRANCEis bringing six French companies, along with the representative of the ministry of French Defense at the event, to meet the biggest influencers in the industry.
One of the delegation that will be present at the AUVSI show this year is Workfly , an innovative French drone company based in Neuilly-sur-Marne in France. As Workfly is set to attend the AUVSI show next week, read more information about the company below to better understand their expertise and what they are doing to become one of the leading innovators in their industry.
The drone company Workfly is an SME created by MR. GUILHOT-GAUDEFFROY and his associates in June 2004. Based in Neuilly-sur-Marne, in the Parisian suburb, their social status is that of an SAS, a simplified joint stock company, and its initial capital was €37,000.
Research and Development Division
Workfly is developing applied research activity aimed at a wide range of versatile civil drones. The company currently specialises in rotary wings, and more specifically in counter-rotative blades. It uses expertise in the fields of aeronautics, aerodynamics, electronics, and computing. The first product developped by Workfly was the Flitting-Sensor drone, notably made for aerial observation. The advantage of this drone over its competitors is that its structure allows it to be totally streamlined, thus removing any risk of an accident linked to a collision with the rotating blades.
Services and Operations Division
Our drone company has decided to soon make their first prototypes available to clients interested by the development of aerial activity. Once the systems have been fully developped, said prototypes will be sold to clients who can carry the load of their choice. The Services and Operations division is therefore in charge of the setup of structurrs for exploration as well as the distribution and operation of the drones developped by the Research and Development division.
On the technical side of things, our drone company intends to make this first product, Flitting-Sensor, the test lab of all embedded control systems, as well as the test site of validation of all aspects linked to the complex mechanics of counter-rotative rotary blades. As soon as the drone is declared ready for industrialisation, it will go from a production unit to mass production. The business objective is to achieve a park in France, spread over several regional operating centers, while
opening up the company on the European market.
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UBIFRANCE, the French agency for international business development, comes under the aegis of France’s Ministry for the Economy, Industry & Employment. UBIFRANCE lies at the heart of France’s public-sector export support framework.