Delta Interior Design is a real and accomplished aeronautical industry. Production organization is trimmed for customer-oriented flexibility and rapid execution with capability of part manufacturing (also through reverse engineering, where needed), with the highest standards of craftsmanship. Materials include light alloys and the whole range of composites and plastics (by injection molding or thermoforming). Products include cabin panels, monuments, cabinets and seat parts, both of own and other manufacturer’s design (for their own programs).
The related activities start from co-design parts up to series productions, passing through 3D solid modeling design, F.E.M. analysis, master model,
tools and ply-books, selecting the appropriate composite process technology, including autoclave, wet lay-up and press molding. Main facilities are: one clean room; 2 plotters for pre-preg and honeycomb cutting; one wrapping machine; 2 autoclaves; 20 presses; mechanical laboratory with 2 CNC five axis machines. Panels and finished products are delivered as certified airworthy items, completed with their accessories and fitting provisions installed. Logistics include accurate supply chain management. Delta Interior Design takes care of the procurement and supervises all production phases in order to guarantee flawless work advancement and on-time delivery.
Most parts, usually dedicated to complement
structural support and installation means are purchased by Delta Interior skilled buyers who identify the most suitable suppliers in the area, and maintain the correct level of stock throughout the entire duration of the program. Composite lay-up as well as flat sandwich panels represent the core business in Delta Interior Design. A robotized system complemented with a full-vacuum bed enable performing precise working at very competitive rates and restricted timeframes. The array of usable spindles installable on this machine gives the manufacturing department a huge performance flexibility to easily move from soft (low-density and modeling foams, plastics) to harder materials (wood, aluminum, composites, resins).