Rapid prototyping


Rapid prototyping

In industrial manufacturing, we see the necessity rise to make it from draft to prototype in a very short time.

We are able to work dies and parts at our premises, be it milling, 3D FDM printing or deep drawing – quickly and at low cost. A CO2 laser is in place to label parts and to cut non-metallic parts precisely.

You need support for producing a prototype? We are pleased to offer you the very production of your component or assembly and support you with the manufacturing-specific construction of the parts.

Among others, our current machine portfolio includes 3D printers, a small milling machine, a vacuum former, and band saw and the CO2 laser.

Surface quality:
Layer thickness from 0.05 to 0.3mm

ca. 0.2mm-0.3mm

Printing areas:
 Ø235mm x 350mm / Ø350mm x 400mm / 370mm x 230mm x 300mm

Preferably PLA in in different colours (other materials available on request)

Cutting range:
X450 x Y330 x Z120mm

plastic, wood, aluminium

+/- 0.05mm

3D suitable

Die size:
max. 280mm x 200mm

max. size die plate 330mm x 250mm

max. thickness die plate: 3mm

max. drawing depth: ~200mm

all thermally formable plastic materials

max. cutting height: 80mm

max. cutting width: 200mm

Table angle adjustable up to 45°

Table size max. 380mm x 300mm

Output: 60W

Materials to be cut:
only non-metallic materials
Materials suitable for engraving: stainless steel, wood, plastic, rock etc.

Cutting range:
700mm x 500mm x 300mm

When it comes to larger components and assemblies such as welding assemblies or cast parts, we have access to a large network of local and nation-wide companies that manufacture parts and mount assemblies for us as contract manufacturers.

Often, it is not easy to find the right manufacturing method for a component or assembly. You are looking for the right manufacturer for your project or want to outsource the procurement of the parts needed? Then we are pleased to assist you in selecting the most suitable manufacturer and the best manufacturing process for your product. What matters here is the supervision of manufacturing and assembly on-site as well as the customer-specific construction of the parts to ensure cost optimisation for the manufacturing process.