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Customized and precisely fitting components

We are one of the few manufacturers to offer four different shaping processes to suit your specific design and quantity requirements. All processes have one thing in common: precision and quality - in both small and large series, from the simplest to the most complex component.

Shaping processes

The selection of a suitable ceramic shaping process is based on economic, technical and design aspects. There is a wide range of ceramic materials. Each material has special properties such as thermal expansion, thermal conductivity, insulation or strength. Ceramic shaping processes process these materials. Design specifications are implemented so precisely that the application-specific requirements for the component are met one hundred percent. The ability to produce with four different shaping processes ensures an optimum price-performance ratio.

Injection molding (CIM)

Design freedom with complex geometries

For small, intricate parts with complex geometries such as threads, undercuts or angled holes, we recommend ceramic injection molding (CIM). This process meets ever-increasing demands on components, such as higher operating temperatures, miniaturization, weight savings and low tolerances with high repeat accuracy. Ceramic injection molding is not only advantageous in terms of design, but also economical, making it suitable for large-scale production. The micro injection molding process enables the precise production of very small parts by using a finely adjustable piston press instead of the usual worm shaft, which enables the exact processing and monitoring of even the smallest amounts of material.

Dry pressing

Large quantities at low prices

Dry pressing is particularly suitable for large quantities of precise components. It is characterized by the fact that only a very small amount of residual moisture remains after the pressing process. Post-drying is not necessary. Large quantities and components with high dimensional accuracy can therefore be produced easily and cost-effectively. The process is suitable for almost all ceramic materials.


Profiles and tubes in various lengths

Another process is extrusion, also known as plastic shaping. It is suitable if you need components in different lengths with an axially symmetrical cross-section. These include rods, profiles or tubes. However, more complicated profiles are also possible with the appropriate nozzle design. Forming is carried out using both ram extruders and vacuum screw extruders. The required plasticity of the starting material is ensured by upstream kneaders. Their function: homogenizing, de-airing and, if necessary, mixing with suitable organic additives.

Rapid Prototyping

Always the right shape

Our state-of-the-art 5-axis milling technology enables us to manufacture a wide range of products, including individual items, product samples, small batches and prototypes from various materials. The precision and low component tolerances offer unprecedented quality. Thanks to the multidimensional freedom of movement, even components with complex geometries can be manufactured in a single clamping operation. We enable fast order processing by importing and processing CAD data and using common CAD interfaces. This speeds up production so that the components can then be subjected to comprehensive quality assurance.