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Configure your adaptive mould

The Adaptive Moulds comes in various sizes and can be customized based on the customer’s requirements

Configuration Adaptive Mould

With our expertise in reconfigurable moulds and your expertise in materials and production processes, we can jointly configure the optimal Adaptive Mould solution.

We engage with our potential customers in a close technical dialogue to identify the 6 key parameters that need to be locked-in before we start putting together a solution for them.

The 6 Solution Parameters to Identify

Panel Material

First, we need to identify the material (concrete, composites, thermoplastics or glass) that will be shaped on the mould. For each material, we provide a material-specific Adaptive Mould designed to match the specific qualities of those respective materials.

Panel Curvature

Second, we discuss the scope of production and what type of panels are needed – single-curved or double-curved. We then ascertain the minimum curvature radius required. This will influence which mould type (D-series mould type or S-series mould type) would suit the requirement best, and how many motors are required per square meter.

Panel Size

Third, we identify the size of the panels that need to be fabricated. This will determine the size of the mould and the moulding surface. While some of our customers use smaller-sized moulds to make smaller panels, some require bigger moulds for fabricating larger continuous panels. Our moulds are available in modular sizes starting from 1m x 1m and going all the way up to 10m x 10m.

Production Setup

Fourth, we discuss the production environment within which the Adaptive Mould will operate. We look into the factory set-up (space, temperatures, etc.) and the desired processes and workflows. The adaptive mould can be set-up for several collaborative technologies.

Production Output

Fifth, we discuss the required production output (the number of panels that needs to be produced in a day), curing cycles and work processes. This information is significant for deciding the suitable amount of moulds and their respective sizes.


When we have gathered all requirements, we tailor-make a bespoke Adaptive Mould solution that meets the specific needs of our individual clients. Please contact our Technical Center to assist you configure the project specific adaptive mould –

Main considerations during configuration

Total Area Limitations

It is possible to cast on the outer area, defined by the distance between the number 1 and 2 actuator, however the tolerences may not be according to specification.

Active Area Specification

All specifications regarding curvature radius and tolerances are within the active area of the adaptive mould. Utilizing the outer area, is an optional way of increasing utilization og the adaptive mould.

Total Area (grey) – Active Area (orange)

Maximum Angle

The mould can reproduce surfaces with slopes of up to 60 degrees (customizable). The angle of this slope is measured with respect to the moulds surface when flat (which coincides with the base plane of the bounding box); Therefore the orientation of the surface on the mould has an impact on its reproducibility.

Although our software will automatically choose the right bounding box, and therefore the orientation of the target surface, the user can also do this manually.

Adaptive Moulds specified to your needs in four simple steps


Send us typical 3D files (.stp) or needed shapes L x W x H + Curvature Radius, with material application information


Our engineers present a solution on your needs, for you to comment and request alterations


We will send you a quote on the solution, for your internal discussion


Setting up a commercial agreement regarding delivery of equipement and future service level, signed by both