Axis development

Future market, legal and customer requirements will create new challenges in vehicle development. The resulting increase in vehicle variance and complexity is leading to the modularisation of axle development and increased requirements in terms of safety, lightweight construction, comfort and driving performance.

Service Portfolio

  • Development of components, assemblies and axle systems
  • Modular concept development for the integration of multiple drive and steering systems
  • Structural lightweight development of axle components (topology optimisation)
  • Development of axle kinematics
  • Installation space and clearance tests in the moving axes
  • Installation and removal simulations
  • Tolerance management in the moving axis
  • Development and integration of chassis and steering systems
  • Simulation in the fields of structural mechanics/dynamics and operational stability (FEM), as well as multi-body simulation (MBS)
  • Production-driven product development
  • Supplier management
  • Documentation and release management in the entire product engineering process (PEP)
  • Project management

Skills

  • Development of axle components
  • Integration of drive and steering systems
  • Integration of braking systems
  • Cross-platform and modular development

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