Metal Parts

Formteile aus Metall
Metal Parts

We offer customized die-cast parts, stamped parts, deep-drawn parts, turned parts, milled parts and contact springs, both as small-precision and large parts. Partial or complete plastic and rubber injection molding of metal parts is also part of our portfolio.

The manufactured metal parts can be completed with sealing elements, threaded inserts and bearing bushes. We also offer processes for cold pressing, as well as cost-effective surface finishing.

We accompany our customers throughout the entire project process and organize the tool and sample production as well as the production (including surface finishing) and optionally also the assembly of the series parts.

We offerReferencesMulti-Components
  • 2K rubber-metal connections for industrial use
  • Metal die casting (Zn, AL, MG alloy)
  • Housing made of aluminum and other metals
  • Aluminium Heat Sink
  • Precision stamped and bent parts, bent wire parts
  • Stamped parts, deep-drawn parts, turned parts, milled parts
  • Extruded parts, extruded housing
  • Electrical contacts, plug contacts, pin contacts, battery contacts
  • Connection terminals
  • Springs: tension springs, contact springs, leg springs, compression springs, micro springs

2K rubber-metal connections for industrial use


Formteile aus Elastomer-Metall Verbund
2K rubber-metal connections

Multi-component injection molding makes it possible to combine the positive properties of plastic and elastomer or metal in one component. This opens up a wide range of application examples.

Over-molded parts often appear together where the properties of a single component are insufficient. The hard component to absorb mechanical loads, the soft component as a seal, protection, or cushioning. In a large number of cases, two separate components are designed for this. This leads to additional investments and effort in production and quality assurance, which can, however, be reduced by clever design in the development phase.

Metal and plastic parts can also be firmly connected using the insert technology. It is a process in which one or more components are connected to form a unit by being over-molded with plastic. Threaded sockets, screws, plug contacts or various inserts are placed in an injection molding tool and connected to the thermoplastic carrier material.

The outsert technique is similar to the insert technique; there, too, plastic elements are injected onto a metal carrier. The difference is that the metal insert has a larger volume than the plastic.

We offer proven manufacturing processes to combine several components in one product and have many years of experience both in plastic injection molding and in the manufacture of technically sophisticated silicone components. From this we draw the necessary synergies to develop solutions together with our customers.

We have also already implemented projects with 3 connected materials. Metal elements can be molded with plastic and at the same time equipped with an elastomer seal.



We offer molded metal parts, plastic injection-molded parts with metal inlays, metal precision parts, metal stamping parts, hard metal precision parts, CNC turned parts, precision deep-drawn parts, assembled metal parts for electronics and electrical engineering, metal housings, extruded housings, precision metal parts, metal springs, metal contacts, stamped and bent parts made of stainless steel, Stamped parts made of stainless steel, rubber-metal seals, plastic-metal connection technology, rubber-metal connections, rubber-metal rollers, rubber-coated metal rollers, rubber-metal buffers, plastic-coated metal parts, hybrid assemblies.

Kontaktfedern und Ladekontakte
Springs and Contacts