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Since building our first drone in 2014, Carbonix has changed the landscape of commercial drones by redefining the boundaries with our very own technology.
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Designing for high performance

As early as 2014, customers aware of our work in high-performance sailboats approached us to apply our knowledge and processes to airframes, and our initial forays in developing RPAS taught us interesting lessons about the parallels between sailboats and airplanes. We always design from a set of requirements: identify the customers' needs (both technical and budgetary), and then create the solutions to suit. Whether working on boats or airframes, the process is always one of evaluating key factors and then finding the right point in the design space.

Designing for high performance
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Preparing for flight

Our experience with racing sailboats, and the resulting methods and evaluation tools we have amassed, allow us to confidently tackle complex aircraft briefs. Our pioneering work in 2015 with vertical take-off UAV airframes is a great example. The resulting aircraft types can deal efficiently with an extraordinary performance envelope that goes from zero airspeed (even flying backwards at times) to very slow loiter, to fast cruise. All with varying fuel loads and payloads.

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State-of-the-art machining

We work with aluminium, steel, titanium and engineering plastics to create fittings. Our machining work has ranged from complex mating components, to custom fasteners. Where necessary we can metal moulds for injection mouldings, or lost castings for intricate metal items. We come from a world of R&D and prototyping, therefore we have a proven system of testing and upgrading our airframes. Quality is core to everything we do.

State-of-the-art machining
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Manufacturing in-house

We have high-performance metal or carbon moulds for our production models. Our tooling is based on full 3D CAD models that are then sent to a robotic cutter. This system ensures accuracy because all components are pre-fitted and checked in virtual space. Machined forms can be complex with arbitrary curves and no need for conventional planar reference grids. We can create curved parting planes and multi-split tools with ease and reliability.

Manufacturing in-house
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Sydney NSW 2064