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Pressure slows you down.
We step up the pace.

Fast and flexible implementation

Ordering steel, building tools, incorporating possible changes, producing: when manufacturing components in high-pressure die casting, up to 40 weeks may pass between the order and the delivery. This is, amongst other things, due to the complex production of large and heavy steel tools.

Thanks to the model devices made of high-performance plastics used in sand casting, it generally only takes 12 weeks in series production from making the tools to delivering the components. In this process, possible changes during the development of the components can be addressed flexibly.

The time savings start in the prototype development phase already. As prototypes are nearly exclusively produced by sand casting, the results can be transferred to later series production nearly unchanged. If, however, components then have to be produced in high-pressure die casting, further tests are necessary because a new production method has been chosen.

Rely on our competence in series

True to the motto „less is more“ – this also applies when choosing the right casting method. Trust on the market leader MWS – and thus rely on the technological excellence in series.

More freedom of design

Sand casting offers the greatest possible freedom of design – from the development of the components to manufacturing closed profiles.

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Excellent processing

The gentle sand casting method enables even and consistent filling of the mould, which makes processing at a later stage feasible without any problems.

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Fast and flexible implementation

Sand casting allows projects to be realised rapidly. Any possible changes during the development can also be addressed flexibly.

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Efficient production

Every 18 seconds, a mould is opened and a finished component sees the light of day. Interlinked automated processes enable rapid and highly flexible manufacturing.

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