Contract manufacturing of components and EMS offers companies the opportunity to optimise their production processes and bring innovative products to market faster. The combination of plastics processing, toolmaking, mould making, metalworking, surface finishing, laser processing, additive manufacturing, 3D printing and prototyping enables companies to meet their individual requirements and gain competitive advantages.
Contract manufacturing of components and electronic manufacturing services (EMS) offers companies the opportunity to effectively expand their production capacities and develop complex products. By working with specialised service providers, companies can reduce their costs while benefiting from their expertise and resources. Contract manufacturing enables companies to shorten their product development cycles and get to market faster.
Plastics processing is an important part of contract manufacturing. Here, plastics are brought into the desired shape through various processes. Toolmaking and mould making play a crucial role in the production of plastic components. Here, tools and moulds are developed and manufactured to produce precise and high-quality products.
Metalworking is another important area in contract manufacturing. Here, metal components are produced by cutting, bending, drilling and other processes. Surface finishing ensures the desired surface quality and aesthetics of the components. Laser processing is a modern technology that enables precise cutting and engraving.
Additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, has revolutionised contract manufacturing. With this technology, complex three-dimensional models can be created directly from digital data. 3D printing enables rapid prototyping iterations and the production of customised components. This allows errors to be detected at an early stage and costs to be reduced.