Investment in technology to allow them to increase their capacity in the manufacturing of plane parts made with fibres.
• Carbures increases its manufacturing capacity with the introduction of the ramp up, or with the steady increase in its manufacturing for their main clients in the aeronautical sector.
• It has acquired technology which allows it to increase the speed of its milling of mechanical pieces, tenfold, the final part of the industrial manufacturing process of carbon fibre plane parts: before this was done by means of a traditional milling process, but now with this new technology, it means that up to ten pieces can be milled at the same time and with higher millimetrical precision.
• This new technology is installed in the company's Jerez de la Frontera Plant, which is the Group's largest aeronautical plant.
Madrid, 16th of March, 2015. Carbures increases the cruise control in the manufacturing processes in the aeronautical sector. The Company has acquired a technology called BR25, a machining centre which allows them to multiple tenfold, the industrial output in the final phase of the manufacturing process, which consists of the cutting and the milling of the pieces. This new technology allows Carbures to face the increasing demand of orders in the aeronautical sector and which is used at the same time as the ramp up, thereby leading to a steady increase in manufacturing for their aeronautical clients. The BR25 has been designed by the company EPMM, specially for the mechanisation of carbon fibre pieces which require strict specifications which are based on the current aeronautical programmes.