We produce functional and visible parts using plastic and hybrid construction methods for a wide variety of applications – also using 2-component and 3-component technology and in fibre composite materials.
Another speciality is plastic coating of stamped, formed and deep-drawn parts.
The hybrid technique is an expression of our integrated approach, since it combines our core expertise of injection moulding technology and metal forming.
Our extensive bandwidth of machines and systems in both plastic technology and in the metal processing area allows us to react to the continuously increasing demands for lightweight vehicle construction, safety and design.
Injection moulding technology from 1-component to 3-component technology for small to large parts on the example of a Z strut (2-component technology), retainer housing (3-component technology) and a slider (1-component technology) – fully automated 100% monitoring by means of camera checking.
The plastic coating combines our core technologies of injection moulding technology and metal forming; shown here on the example of a generator carrier for the driver’s side airbag in the steering wheel.
Glass-fibre reinforced plastics (GRP), (polypropylene or polyamide / PP-GMT, PA-GMT) using the example of a head-up display holder in the dashboard
The advantages of GRP components: