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Integrated Bracket

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000240114D
Publication Date: 2015-Jan-04
Document File: 2 page(s) / 50K

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Abstract

1. ABSTRACT The main idea is to integrate an LFS-pin (Light, Fast and Slim cost installation) inside the autoclave process. The LFS-pin comprises an LFS-interface and an LFS-bracket. The LFS-pin design allows the application of brackets into vehicles and offers a flexible and simple change of different bracket types.

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1. ABSTRACT

The main idea is to integrate an LFS-pin (Light, Fast and Slim cost installation) inside the autoclave process. The LFS-pin comprises an LFS-interface and an LFS-bracket. The LFS-pin design allows the application of brackets into vehicles and offers a flexible and simple change of different bracket types.


2. DISCLOSURE

The main idea is to integrate an LFS-pin (Light, Fast and Slim cost installation) inside the autoclave process. The LFS-pin comprises an LFS-interface and an LFS-bracket (see Fig. 1). The LFS-pin design allows the application of brackets into vehicles and offers a flexible and simple change of different bracket types. The LFS-interface maybe manufactured with integrated fibre material (see Fig. 2). In addition, fixation needles maybe used to fix the at least partly cured LFS-interface on the structure before curing the structure with the LFS-interface (see Fig. 3). The structure with the LFS-interface maybe applied with a vacuum setup and afterwards cured in an autoclave by way of example (see Fig. 4).


3. IMAGES

Fig. 1: LFS-Pin

Fig. 2: integrated LFS-Interface with integrated fibre material in side view


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Fig. 3: integrated LFS-Interface with fixation needles in side view

Fig. 4: integration of LFS-interface with structure

Fig. 5: top and side view of LFS-interface