Less Material, More Performance

In the form of miniaturised, modern mechatronics, high-quality stamped metal components, or components made of a combination of metal and plastic, are capable of converting electrical energy very efficiently and cost-effectively into single or multi-axis motion sequences. This, in turn, is one of the prerequisites for the implementation of increased power density with simultaneously reduced, weight-optimised device dimensions. But this alone does not constitute the conservation of resources and environmental protection in actual practice, because highly advanced, multifunctional combination tools, as well as stamping machines and equipment which are driven with electrical power to an ever greater extent, are also making a contribution to sustainable, energy-efficient series and mass production of high-quality stampings and precision cut parts.