STAXX 3D

FIBER PLACEMENT MACHINING CENTER

The STAXX 3D offers various options for high-volume production. The swiveling rotary table offers even more possibilities to produce small individual composite parts such as ribs, flat plates, structural parts and tailored blanks. This system is not only highly flexible, but achieves high part quality in a time-saving manner. Designed for a cost-efficient and sustainable production it is ideal for the automotive and aerospace industry 

Technical Data

  • 16 tow AFP Head ¼” or ½” 
  • Layup area max. diagonal 2500 mm 
  • 6-axis (x, y, z, a, b, c) 
  • Tilting, rotary table  
  • Feed rate 60 m/min 
  • Cut on the fly with 45 m/min 
  • Direct layup of unidirectional carbon fiber 
  • Totally enclosed and air conditioned system 
  • Integrated pallet handling system 
  • Siemens 840 D SL Control 
  • High volume production 
Full view of the rectangular STAXX 3D System.

An easily transportable production center for complex serial parts.

Special Features

  • Direct layup of unidirectional carbon fiber
  • Net shape layup
  • Stacking and preforms ready to mould and cure
  • No limitations in fiber orientation
  • Clear interface to automation and handling
Lay-up of composite materials on a tilting table for small 3D parts.

Tilting table with the possibility of laying 3D parts.

Meet Broetje-Automation at SAMPE 2024

Broetje-Automation to present AFP solutions at SAMPE 2024 conference

As a leading provider of advanced manufacturing solutions for the aerospace and composites industries, we are pleased to announce our participation as an exhibitor at the SAMPE 2024 Conference. The event will be held May 20-23 at the Long Beach Convention Center in Long Beach, California.

The German Delegation at the IPF Offshore Partnering Forum in New Orleans

The Future of Wind Turbine Production – Broetje-Automation showcases automates solutions at the IPF Offshort Partnering Forum in New Orleans

Latest developments for the offshore wind energy and green hydrogen sector were discussed at the IPF Offshore Partnering Forum from April 23 – 25 in New Orleans. Under the umbrella of the German Wind Industry and Hydrogen Association WAB e.V. Broetje-Automation showcased innovative solutions for the factory of future for wind turbine production.
Represented by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection in cooperation with the Trade Fair Committee of German Business the German Pavillon brought together a broad spectrum of competences from many companies along the entire wind energy value chain. “Stronger together” was the leading WAB motto and program for three days of networking!