FOOTWEAR TESTING SYSTEMS
Our footwear testing machine is designed to evaluate their performance and reliability. Thanks to the powerful brushless motor, we are able to apply high forces and high speeds while maintaining precision. The presence of the rebound device, an essential component, makes it possible to assess the elastic performance of the footwear. The integrated Test Center platform simplifies test management and data processing. The interface offers real-time data acquisition, allowing convenient comparison between load cycles.
- Real-time closed-loop control
- Integrated Test Center Software
- Maximum torque applied to the boot up to 1600 Nm
- Rotational speed up to 300 °/s
- Integrated cold storage down to -40°C
- Load cell and rotational displacement acquired at 1 kHz
- Automatic boot-break detection
- Automatic identification of the natural angle of the ski boot
- Fully customisable test by automatically setting different and consecutive test cycles
Walking simulations with extreme environments
Powerful brushless guarantees high force and speed
Total autonomy of the vehicle
Possibility of simulating various real skiing conditions
|FOOTWEAR TESTING SYSTEMS
|1 ACTUATOR (TORSIONAL)
|2 ACTUATORS (LINEAR+TORSIONAL)
|3 ACTUATORS (1 LINEAR+2 TORSIONAL)
|Maximum dynamic torque
|Maximum static torque (for 1s)
|Maximum rotational speed
|Maximum linear speed
|Maximum pneumatic actuator load
|Maximum dynamic torque (additional actuator)
The HP ski boot testing machine is an electromechanical device designed to meet the research and development and quality control requirements for all ski boot manufacturers. The high-power brushless motor ensures the application of high forces and speeds specifically on the boots.
In addition, the machine is equipped with a rebound device, a subsystem designed to evaluate the elastic performance of ski boots.
The integrated Test Center platform simplifies test management and data processing. The interface allows real-time data acquisition, facilitating the comparison of different load cycles.