Coriolis Composites SAS

Provides robotic cells and software for fiber placement systems used to make components for commercial aircraft, automotive systems, wind turbines and yachts components.

Z.A. du Mourillon
rue condorcet
Queven, F-56530 FR

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Quilted Stratum Process production line at Cetim

Automated Preforming — Quilted Stratum Process (QSP)
CW’s tour of CETIM (Nantes, France) and the QSP line which preforms multi-thickness thermoplastic materials in 40-90 seconds for composite parts with cycle times of 1-2 minutes.

Preforms to parts via Quilted Stratum Process

Automated Preforming — The numbers and landscape
CW’s multi-blog series on preforming begins with an overview and quick look at the numbers: 1-min takt time, 10-15 seconds per layer, 490-kg/hr and 3.5 million parts/yr. Are you ready for serial CFRP production?

JEC World 2016, the full report
CompositesWorld's editors report on the technologies and products that caught our eye at JEC World 2016, in early March.

Fabrication methods (2017)
There are numerous methods for fabricating composite components. Selection of a method for a particular part, therefore, will depend on the materials, the part design and end-use or application. Here's a guide to selection.

Coriolis unveils automotive composites technologies and products
The parts, displayed at JEC World 2016, include the B-pillar for the Audi A8 and engine mounts developed in cooperation with Cooper Standard.

GKN leads “STeM” program to successful conclusion
Technical achievements are credited to successful partner collaboration.

Dry fiber placement: Surpassing limits
Coriolis Composites’ automated aerostructures manufacturing using dry materials moves from development projects to production.

CFK-Valley Stade Convention 2015 report
The composites industry in Germany is preparing for the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Additive manufacturing in automotive applications
Although they have been overshadowed by aerospace applications, 3D-printed tools also are finding a place in automotive processing. Here's one example.

Thermoplastic composites technology: A view from Europe
For this Dutch consortium, bringing the manufacturability of thermoplastic materials to maturity is the goal in concert with OEMs, materials and equipment supplier members.

Thermoplastic composites: European consortia, galore!
In addition to the Thermoplastic Composites Research Center (TPRC, Enschede, The Netherlands) — see our article focused on TPRC, titled "Thermoplastic composites technology: A view from Europe" under "Editor's Picks, at top right — there are many other European consortia, comprising private industry, university and government entities, which share the goals of exploring composites materials and methods for manufacturing them, including those with thermoplastic matrices. Here's a sampling.

Coriolis celebrates aerospace history, anticipates automotive future, at JEC
Coriolis Composites (Queven, France) held a press event at its stand to celebrate its 15th year at the JEC Europe event.

CAMX 2014 show report
Bigger, better and more inclusive than any previous U.S. composites trade event, the inaugural show turns North American eyes forward to the future.

JEC Europe 2014 Review
The composites world met again in Paris, vibrant, stronger, and more forward-looking than ever before.

Resin-infused MS-21 wings and wingbox
Moscow-based aeromanufacturer uses out-of-autoclave composites in attempt to leapfrog Airbus and Boeing with wider, lighter, more efficient single-aisle airliner.

Main landing gear doors designed for all contingencies
For the Airbus XWB airliner, they must meet strict structural, aerodynamic, emergency and aesthetic requirements.

JEC Europe 2013 new product showcase
A review of new products introduced at the JEC Europe 2013 exhibition.

2013 JEC Europe new product showcase
The JEC Europe 2013 trade show (March 12-14, at the Paris Expo, Porte de Versailles, Paris, France) was the venue for introductions of a large number of new composite materials, technologies and manufacturing processes. Here's the HPC editorial staff's compilation of what was on display.

New consortium seeks to develop recyclable wind blades
The European group, called WALiD, will introduce thermoplastic materials in an integrated approach.

Coriolis Composites enters long-term partnership with Dutch TPRC
The ThermoPlastic composites Research Center announced this week that Brittany, France-based Coriolis Composites has joined the Center's efforts to advance tape laying and fiber placement technologies for thermoplastic composites.

Product Categories of Coriolis Composites SAS

Primary manufacturing equipment
  • Automated fiber placement machines
Auxiliary processing equipment, repair equipment, and supplies
  • Auxiliary processing equipment
    • CAD/CAM/CAE hardware/software
    • Computer controls and software
    • Robotic handling equipment