COMPETENCES

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ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION

OVER 130 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

Tog­e­ther we deve­lop effi­ci­ent solu­ti­ons for your com­pon­ents, based on your draft, sam­ple or CAD-data. As spe­cia­lists for mate­ri­als, our engi­neers are hap­py to assist you in choo­sing the sui­ta­ble mate­ri­al. The machined too­ling is con­struc­ted with the help of the newest CAD-soft­ware and the for­ging pro­cess is simu­la­ted if needed. 

SHORT RESPONSE TIME TO CHANGES IN GEOMETRY

Con­struc­ting our own too­ling allows for bet­ter qua­li­ty con­trol, a very high degree of fle­xi­bi­li­ty and short lead times for new parts, as well as for pro­duct modifications.

OUR SERVICE

The upkeep and main­ten­an­ce of our too­ling is all part of our ser­vice, as well as the pro­fes­sio­nal sto­rage. This gua­ran­tees you iden­ti­cal sub­se­quent or repla­ce­ment deli­ve­ries over the years. 

DROP FORGING & OPEN DIE FORGING 

DROP FORGING

With a total of 7 drop ham­mers we pro­du­ce for­gings made of alloy­ed and unal­loy­ed steel, alu­mi­ni­um, cop­per, tita­ni­um and nickel alloy, weig­hing from 0.1 kg to approx. 150 kg. We have spe­cia­li­sed in pro­du­cing pro­to­ty­pes and small and medi­um bat­ches up to approx. 5’000 pieces. 

OPEN DIE FORGING

Using dif­fe­rent pres­ses and ham­mers we pro­du­ce near-net-shaped spind­les, flan­ges, discs and rings This pro­cess is par­ti­cu­lar­ly sui­ta­ble for small bat­ches and repla­ce­ment parts. 

Pressen

UPSET FORGING AND PRESSING

HOT AND COLD FORMING

Our dif­fe­rent upset for­ging machi­nes and pres­ses allow for a gre­at varie­ty of geo­me­tries. Thanks to the­se pro­ce­du­res the fol­lowing pro­cess effort is signi­fi­cant­ly reduced.

heat treatment

ALSO AS A SERVICE FOR OTHER COMPANIES

Dif­fe­rent types of heat tre­at­ment can be car­ri­ed out in our facilities:

  • Stress reli­e­ving
  • Soft anne­aling
  • Nor­ma­li­sing
  • Solu­ti­on annealing
  • Tem­pe­ring
  • Spe­cial cycles

Quen­ching media:

  • Oil
  • Water
  • Flowing air or still air
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MECHANIC PROCESSING

PROCESSING OF FORGED COMPONENTS AND CAST PARTS

Using mul­tia­xi­al CNC-con­trol­led lathes and mil­ling machi­nes, we are able to finish our com­pon­ents rea­dy for instal­la­ti­on. We are also able to offer con­tract manu­fac­tu­ring and machi­ning of cast parts. 

The for­ging and machi­ning pro­ces­ses are per­fect­ly coor­di­na­ted to ensu­re an effi­ci­ent ser­vice with shor­ter lead times and lower costs.

FRICTION WELDING

WELDING JOINTS BY FRICTION

BENEFITS

  • Dif­fe­rent com­bi­na­ti­ons of mate­ri­als possible
  • Mini­mal weld seam preparation
  • Low mate­ri­al consumption
  • Good repro­du­ci­bi­li­ty
  • High fati­gue strength

MATERIALS

A signi­fi­cant bene­fit of fric­tion wel­ding is the pos­si­bi­li­ty to com­bi­ne dif­fe­rent mate­ri­als, such as:

  • Stain­less steel / Steel
  • Alu­mi­ni­um / Copper
  • Cobalt / Stain­less steel
  • Steel / Aluminium

COMPONENT VOLUME

  • Sur­face area to: 6’500 mm²
  • Max. Maxi­mum length: 3’500 mm
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REFINING & COATING

IN-HOUSE SPRAY BOOTH

Dif­fe­rent spray app­li­ca­ti­ons are car­ri­ed out in-house.

Working with our appro­ved net­work of part­ners, allows us to offer the fol­lowing sur­face finis­hing procedures:

  • Pow­der coating
  • Che­mi­cal coating
  • Ano­di­zing, Hard anodizing
  • Mass finis­hing

SANDBLASTING / SHOT PEENING

The sand­blas­ting / pee­ning pro­cess cleans the sur­face and streng­t­hens it once again, lea­ving you with com­pon­ents that are flaw­less, clean and free of scale. 

COMPONENT ASSEMBLY

We manu­fac­tu­re the indi­vi­du­al parts and assem­bly the mecha­ni­cal ele­ments for you. We are your part­ner, from start to finish. 

PART MARKING

The­re are dif­fe­rent pos­si­bi­li­ties to mark your parts. This assu­res com­ple­te traceability. 

  • For­ging the part number
  • Stam­ping
  • Hand held metal stam­ping machine
  • Laser engra­ving (e.g. QR-Code)

MATERIALS

STEEL IS OUR PASSION

For more than 130 years we’ve been pro­ces­sing metal­lic mate­ri­als by mas­si­ve forming and machi­ning. About 1’500 t of the most com­mon steel gra­des are avail­ab­le from stock. 

  • Lar­ge stock
  • Purcha­se / Sale / Storage
  • Ref­or­ging of spe­cial materials

Pro­ces­sed materials:

  • Alloy­ed and unal­loy­ed steel
  • Stain­less high-gra­de steel
  • Alu­mi­ni­um
  • Tita­ni­um
  • Cop­per
  • Inco­nel
  • Pre­cious metals

METAL WORK

SMITHERY, LOCKSMITHERY AND METAL CONSTRUCTION

In our metal­wor­king shop we are able to car­ry out various kinds of metal work. Accord­ing to cus­to­mer requests we crea­te a varie­ty of spe­cial pro­ducts, such as: 

  • Fire pits / Ball shaped fire pits
  • Steel deco­ra­ti­ons / Woo­den frames
  • Gar­den gates
  • Rai­lings / Banisters
  • Cow­bells
  • Boxes / Containers
  • Boxes / Containers