Stamped-bent parts

High precision and perfect in form.

Sub-assemblies and laser welded parts

Sub-assemblies and laser welded parts as a substitution for cost-intensive turned and milled parts.

Laser-welded assemblies and parts, particularly for numerous applications in the automotive industry. Laser welding can be used to bond different materials to each other accurately and without distortion, providing an alternative to costly turned and milled parts.

Materials available:

  • Width: Up to 150 mm
  • Thickness: Up to 3 mm
  • Stamping force: Up to 80 tons
  • Made from flat-rolled materials such as:

    • DC grades
    • Carbon steel grades
    • Stainless steel
    • Aluminum alloys
    • Pre-coated material

  • Laser welding for the most challenging quality standards
  • Use of state-of-the-art technology for individual final inspection
Lasergeschweißte baugruppen

Hasps for door locks and hood latches in passenger cars and vans. Our technologies enable complete production of the individual components made of wire, flat material and plastics. The subsequent assembly of the components is completed by a reliable, automatic process.

Our capabilities:

  • Wire connected to the base plate by cold joining methods or laser welding
  • Additional requirements such as thread forms can be integrated into the process
  • Use of pre-hardened materials or heat treatment of the individual components
  • Complex surface treatment of the individual components and/or the finished part
  • Application of coating protection
Various striker - fixation for car doors, engine hoods and tailgates in automotive industriy.

Bourdon tubes for piezo systems, for example for diesel and gasoline injectors or medical applications. This process uses laser welding to bond different materials.

Our capabilities:

  • Precision stamping of the spring element
  • Laser welding for the most challenging quality standards
  • Use of state-of-the-art technology for individual final inspection
Bourdon tubes in compliance with individual customer requirements.

Industry applications