FROM THE BARREN TO THE E-BIKE.

Aluminum is a fascinating, enormously versatile material full of possibilities. In our four plants, a simple ingot combined with the strength of high heat, a lot of know-how and state-of-the-art machinery becomes a hitech product for any sector. Where every single gram counts - with the highest standards and the highest precision.

 

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LIQUID METAL.

Aluminum reaches its peak at around 750 degrees: At this temperature, our foundries melt the aluminum bars supplied, then later pour them into moulds. Incidentally, aluminum castings have been produced for almost 200 years - the first time in the year 1825.

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IN GOOD SHAPE.

It continues: With a pressure of 400-1,200 tons and up to 430 kilometres per hour, the liquid aluminum is pressed into steel moulds. We usually pour several parts simultaneously.

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NOW IT IS STYLISH.

Depending on the application, we refine our products carefully. For example, with the motor housing of e-bikes, not only does it weigh less but also the appearance is streamlined. Through the blasting process, a high-gloss surface is reached.

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RT ROBOT TECHNOLOGY.

Our state-of-the-art CNC machines handle the workpieces quickly and without any lunch break. Decades of use has give us experience in efficient programming.

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PASS AN EXAM.

Finally, we examine every single product. Our conscientious QA staff members not only have two trained eyes, but also extensive know-how to perform defined criteria examination of each part. Only after the requirements are obtained do they leave the plant and are delivered to the customer.

E-bikers are thrilled: Our aluminum housing not only saves on weight but it also looks chic - no rust is able to get in the way. Today, rain is no longer an excuse for an extended e-bike tour!

Services

Our portfolio: From planning to just-in-time delivery of the highest volumes.

 

Alloys: We perfect your components exactly to your requirements.

CNC machining: We are constantly developing new chip, assembly and testing concepts.