- Injection moulding
- Hybrid components
For many years, we have been a valued partner of the international automotive industry for plastic interior products. We produce products and assemblies for our customers that meet the highest standards, both aesthetically and functionally. Surfaces must be perfect, individual components must fit precisely.
For over thirty years, our technically sophisticated extruded plastic profiles have been firmly and securely connecting covers to the metal structure of the vehicle seat, underpadding and providing contours.
In extrusion, we process all thermoplastics and compounds developed in-house, which are bonded with complementary materials, such as nonwovens or tapes. Foamed profiles complement our extensive range. Inline, our products are usually finished directly and are provided with longitudinal cuts, markings, printing, complex punches or laser contours. The result is complete precision and offers maximum cost efficiency and tolerance accuracy!
Dirt-repellent, weather-resistant and scratch-resistant. This is how our products for the vehicle exterior set themselves apart. The production of injection-moulded visible parts requires an enormous amount of know-how in terms of technical possibilities and design-oriented demands. We transfer the customer’s requirements into a technical as well as an economical concept to guarantee an ideal injection-moulded part without any compromises on the aesthetics. We design and manufacture everything from small wheel nuts to large-volume wheel arch liners. Two-component injection-moulded parts are an integral element of our portfolio.
For vehicle electronics, we develop on demand from our customers and produce injection-moulded parts with tolerances of +/- 0.05 mm. Many of our components are metal-plastic hybrids, consisting of a plastic housing and metal inserts. The aim here is to utilise the beneficial properties of each of the two materials for a highly integrated component. These include, for example, electronic connectors or sensor housings.
Our subsidiary Alhorn specialises in electronic components and metal-plastic hybrid components in cars.