Technologies and product groups


Cutting and machining processes include thread cutting, reaming, driving, turning, milling, drilling, lapping, planing, honing, broaching and grinding. These processes allow more complex geometries to be achieved, producing shapes and radii with narrower tolerances than those achieved by non-cutting reshaping processes. Tooling and equipping costs are also much lower. These processes are therefore economical for low quantities.

From a technical point of view however, it is worth noting that, unlike cold and hot forming, the fiber orientation of the raw material is destroyed. This needs to be taken into account when producing load-carrying parts such as connecting elements.

Our engineers will gladly assist you in this respect.