Automate abrasion with adaptability:
Two contradictory but necessary targets.
A subject of expertise (abrasion) across the entire chain of
development (from research to production):
Mastery of customer applications
Using abrasive water jet to perform constant depth or constant layer machining.
In general, BAYAB's know-how consists in using water erosion and impact abrasion to modify a part.
This use can range from cutting to blind machining, but also concerns pickling, hardening or surface preparation and acoustic microperforation.
Machining of composite plies
Hard metal machining
Abrasive water jet machining has very specific characteristics:
No machining effort
No minimum machining thickness
Applicability to all materials
Machined particles contained in water and therefore easy to contain
BAYAB's blind machining enables removinging a thichness of material without being influenced by the 3D shape of the part.
BAYAB's process science
BAYAB uses the impact abrasion capabilities by particles and / or erosion by water.
In particle impact abrasion, two modes of erosion are generally considered: micro-incision and micro-impact.
The high speed water acts on the machined part by a wedge effect, propagating the surface microcracks by dynamic pressure.
A machine is the collaboration of a process, a mechanism and an operator, working together for an application. A machine intelligence algorithm then makes the link between these three pillars and the machine environment: safety, PLC, HMI and means of control.
Very often, these pillars are developed by different teams, mastering each a part of the machine and negotiating on the distribution of specifications.
Our choice, at BAYAB, is to master this complete triptych to offer optimized machines in the particular field of industrial abrasion. Our added value thus lies in the ability to seek optimal complementarity
rather than a negotiated compromise between process, mechanics and application.