What do we need to provide in order to receive a quote from you?

For a specific quote, we require the following information from you:

  • Your contact information
  • Drawings/3D data
  • Desired material
  • Required quantity
  • Preferred delivery date


Upon receiving the requested information, you will typically receive our quote within one business day.

Which materials do we process?

We process the following materials:

Thermoplastic Plastics

All common thermoplastic plastics can be processed on our injection molding machines. Thermoplastics include materials such as POM, PP, PE, ABS, PC, PA66, PA6, PC-ABS, PEEK, which are also available with various fillers. Fillers used include mineral fibers, glass fibers, carbon fibers, glass beads, and several others.

Thermoplastic Elastomers

We can also easily process thermoplastic elastomers such as TPE or TPV.


For LSR (Liquid Silicone Rubber) processing, we have built molds multiple times. The injection molding process is carried out with a partner.

What data can we process?

If possible, please provide us with the 3D data of your component in the following formats: STEP, STL, VDA, IGES, other formats upon request.

For additional 2D data, we kindly request that you provide them in PDF format whenever possible.

How quickly will I receive my parts?

Our delivery times depend on the order volume and typically range between 2-6 weeks. You will receive an estimated delivery date along with the quotation.

We also have the option to expedite the production of urgently needed injection-molded parts. Some projects have been completed within 5 working days through our express service.

Please feel free to contact us for more information on this option.

Who owns the finished tool?

Our tools consist of inserts customized for you and a specially tailored base tool. The base tool remains our property because it is also used for other tools and customers. However, the manufactured inserts naturally belong to you.

In most cases, the inserts stay with us and are stored since this allows us to produce parts for you as quickly as possible when needed.

What material is the tool made of?

Our tools are made of high-strength aluminum. In some cases, depending on the quantity and the material used, mold inserts are also manufactured in steel.

Can I supply my own plastic for part production?

Yes, this is generally possible and not a problem. Please feel free to contact us regarding this.

Do you also offer design services?

We can certainly make small changes for you. We will discuss feasibility and possible improvements with you before starting the project.

For all other designs or modifications, we can connect you with external designers.