The starting materials for our precision parts include sheets made of various materials, such as steel, stainless steel, copper, aluminum, and more. Additionally, we work with bronze, soft non-alloyed steels (including galvanized ones), high-strength steels, stainless steels, non-ferrous metals (NE-metals), and stainless steel, all with thicknesses ranging from 0.1 to 7.0 mm.

Bronze: Bronze is an alloy of copper and tin, known for its strength and corrosion resistance. It is commonly used in industry and mechanical engineering for making tools, machine parts, and sculptures.

Copper: Copper stands out for its high electrical conductivity and corrosion resistance. It is frequently used in electrical engineering and construction, such as for electrical wiring and roofing.

Soft non-alloyed steels (including galvanized): These steels are valued for their good formability and weldability. They find applications in vehicle construction, the building industry, and general structural purposes.

High-strength steels: High-strength steels exhibit excellent tensile strength and are often used in the automotive industry and mechanical engineering, where both strength and low weight are essential.

Stainless steels: Stainless steels are resistant to corrosion and heat. They are employed in various applications, including food processing, construction, and medical technology.

Non-ferrous metals (NE-metals): Non-ferrous metals like aluminum and copper are known for their corrosion resistance and good electrical conductivity. They are commonly used in electrical engineering and vehicle construction.

Stainless steel: Stainless steel is renowned for its corrosion resistance. It finds applications in various fields, including food processing, construction, and medical technology.

The end products we create weigh between 30 and 2,500 grams.