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Production Print

Production forms the backbone of our company. Our high level of vertical integration provides a solid basis for implementing your individual requirements. Our production methods are unrivalled in terms of their sheer variety, meaning that we can meet your every need.



Our 3D CAD system enables us to transform your ideas into models so that we can use the resulting engineering data for the purpose of production. Naturally, any data that is already available can be adopted wholesale.



For the purpose of mechanised prefabrication, we are always able to select the best production process. Contours and openings can be made by cutting with a laser as well as by punching. A combination of laser and punching processes represents the ultimate in cost-effectiveness for all batch sizes.


Edge bending/Bending

Whenever a sheet metal blank is given a 3-dimensional shape, the angular tolerances and continuous bending angle are ensured and the dimensions are retained. Visible surfaces can be bent without leaving any marks or laminated with protective film.

edge bending
press fitting + welding studs and threads

Press fitting + welding studs and threads

Attaching components by means of press fitting and welding forms an indispensable part of any assembly work associated with enclosures and front panels.



Whatever the material, we have access to the correct welding process. We can weld steel, aluminium and stainless steel sheets by hand or using automatic machines. In the case of parts that are subjected to particularly harsh conditions, the relevant techniques are used to passivate the weld seams.



Our HSC (high-speed cutting) milling centres enable us to produce optimum surfaces, but that's not all: depending on the material, they offer cutting speeds and feedrates that are 5 to 10 times faster than in the case of conventional milling. These technological advantages make for cost-effective machining times.



If enclosure components and front panels do not need to be painted, powder-coated or anodised, neat grinding work can provide a professional finish. Depending on the component and the requirements, we will carry out the grinding work manually or using belt grinding machines.

anodisation / chromating

Anodisation / Chromating

At our in-house electroplating shop, aluminium parts (front panels, sheet metal parts, enclosures) can be anodised and/or be given organic conversion coatings. It is also possible for partially anodised/chromated aluminium parts to be achieved and for areas beneath the anodised coating to be printed.



We can fit  locks, sash fasteners, doors, seals, connectors and special built-in/built-on components. We can also carry out partial or complete assembly using customer-provided parts.



Working in consultation with you, our graphics department can turn your layouts into printing films. Once approved, the screen printing screens will then be exposed.


Screen printing

The technique of screen printing can be used to apply print to various materials. Not only can we apply print to your membrane keyboards/keypads, front panels and front foils in accordance with your specifications, but our manual screen printing method also allows us to customise sheet metal parts and enclosures for you. In cases where surfaces are going to be exposed to extreme conditions, we can use a special form of screen printing that allows the ink to be printed beneath the anodised coating.

screen printing


Depending on the quantity being produced and the structure, foil ends are cut using lasers or conventional cutting plotters as well as punches. LEDs and metal domes are fitted and the entire keyboard/keypad structure is laminated on a project-specific basis. Front foils and decorative foils are stamped using tools produced in-house. What's more, glass panels, plastic windows and touchscreens can be integrated into front panels and enclosures.


Electronic module assembly

We can assemble customer and standard electronics in accordance with ESD requirements right up until final acceptance.

electronic module assembly