Plastic Parts

We realize with customized plastic moldings. Our product spectrum ranges from the smallest precision parts through housings to complex multi-component parts.

Plastics offers a lot of design options. Through the choice of suitable material, surface finishes and design, moldings can internalize several functions at once.

Starting with simple protection against dust and moisture, through product variations with specific printing or replacement inserts, to special requirements such as ESD shielding, any number of solutions is conceivable.

We offer:

  • Tool design with mold flow analysis
  • Single and multiple syringes
  • Big Parts up to 20 tons (tool weight)
  • Precision parts

Plastic Parts

Print
  • pad printing
  • screen printing
  • laser marking
  • hot stamping
  • engravings
Paint
  • glossy, matte
  • textured paint
  • Soft-Touch
Coatings & other finishing
  • galvanic surface finishing
  • PVD coatings
  • EMC coatings
  • powder coatings
  • IMD technique
  • special surfaces (e.g. wood decor)
Various materials:
  • PC, ABS, PC/ABS
  • PA6, PA 6.6, PP,
  • PEEK, PBT
  • PS, PPE, PEI
We would be glad to send you an offer for your specific plastic part.

If required, we accompany you from the first design approaches to the final serial delivery.

We can offer valuable assistance from a manufacturing point of view. Thus, lengthy adjustments towards the end of the design or costly changes to the tools can be avoided from the outset.

Please send following documents to: info@nh-technology.de
  • Technical Drawing
  • Specifications
  • Quantity
One of our engineering experts will contact you asap.

Of course, you can also use our contact form

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In-House 3D Prototyping

Prototypen mit Formlabs

In the field of prototyping via 3D printing, N&H has been working with well-known suppliers for many years. To extend our services, we now offer prototyping in-house.

With a new 3D printer of the stereolithography technology (SLA) we offer our customers further support in the development process. In SLA technology, liquid resin is cured layer by layer using a UV laser. The individual layer thickness can be varied in the range of 25µm – 100µm.

In addition to verifying the dataset, we can now independently support our customers in the early stages of development. These include collision checks, assembly samples, pilot series, etc.

 

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