As unique as a fingerprint. The precision of our internal toolmaking forms the basis for our success in the manufacture of complex stamping, deep-drawing, and fine blanking tools. We have around 200 employees at our two locations in Renchen-Ulm and Sömmerda who have many years of experience and extensive expertise in progressive, transfer, and fine blanking technologies. We map the complete life cycle of our tools in-house, from development/method planning to series production and tool maintenance.


With the use of current "Simufact Forming" simulation software, we have established a sound basis for modern and effective tool production.
In addition to making the best possible use of materials, we analyze how materials behave and make it clear, amongst other things, where thinning or compression will occur later in the material. From the data that we obtain in this way, we make appropriate conclusions and pass these on to our customers with any suggestions for improvement, or incorporate them into the tool design. Using this approach, we increase process reliability right from the start.

Prototype Construction

Our internal prototype construction gives us the opportunity to translate simulation findings into results that feed into series production at an early stage. This enables us to produce the first real components within a very short space of time and to provide them in small series for our customers.
In addition to customer-specific orders, we are constantly developing ourselves through independent forming tests in order to meet ever more demanding requirements.


Our efficiency and precision mean that we are able to develop impressive constructive solutions that are designed to fulfill the individual requirements of our customers and the processes of production. Our engineers and technicians use Solid Edge to create Computer-aided Design (CAD) data with a specific focus on functionality, ease of maintenance, and long tool life.

Machine Production

With a large number of machines at both locations in Germany we are in a position to provide the majority of the key production stages in-house: our universal, milling, and machining centers under Computer Numerical Control (CNC) guidance include: hard milling machines, hard turning machines, wire/sink eroding machines, jig grinding machines, and cylindrical and surface grinding machines.
The production process at our company is tightly organized and is carried out by a well-coordinated team of qualified employees. Modern measuring instruments are used to check the results.

New Tooling

Each tool is unique and requires individual configuration because no two requirements are 100% alike. Geometry, material, field of application, feeding components – all of these are parameters that make it necessary to start from the ground up with each task. The range of internal expertise we have available to us - whether in design, milling, eroding, grinding, drilling, or turning - means that we can produce precise tool equipment for stamped and bent parts, but also for deep-drawn parts of the highest quality. To ensure our future viability, we attach great importance to an independent training department, which is designed to cover the demand for in-house personnel..

Tool Maintenance

As our tools are maintained in-house, we are able to provide the tools in the right condition at the right time for production. Preventive maintenance based on an optimized maintenance plan is able keep running costs as low as possible. Maintenance is closely linked to the construction of new tools, which enables the immediate feedback of information into the creation process for new tools. The experience we have gained from tests with new tool steels and coatings are just two examples of feedback being incorporated directly into the design process.