We transfer your idea or sketch into 3D data, from which we print a prototype. This gives you a first haptic impression of your idea.
In-house design and toolmaking allow us to produce silicone or aluminium moulds and subsequently enable a quantity-oriented production process.
With the gas injection moulding (GIM) process, hollow plastic parts can be produced without leaving sink marks. Gas is pressed into the moulded part via a needle. This creates a hollow construction and the parts produced are stable and economical.
In addition, we also process sheet plastics such as acrylic. Cutting, milling, bending, also with polished edges lead to high-quality products.