Prototype & Pilot Production

We process, assemble and manufacture in our own workshop (components for) your products and machines. We develop both prototypes (one-offs) and pilot runs (first trial series).

Without production, you cannot develop. This is why we brought Prototype & Pilot Production in-house a decade ago. And that has many advantages:

  • Raising knowledge levels
  • You, the customer, can immediately see what it is all about
  • No delays in the development process
  • Rapid and direct line from engineering to prototype
  • No disturbance through lean manufacture by the mass producer
  • We debug the process and take away 

Processing and manufacture

In the processing of (stainless) steel and aluminium we employ cutting-edge processing technologies, like deep drawing and laser welding. In addition, we hold patents for the metal deforming technology thin wall butting. We employ methods like stamping, injection moulding and laser welding for the manufacture of series of components. Our services:

  • All mechanical processing
    (milling, drilling, turning, section milling, round grinding, boring)
  • MIG and TIG Welding
    (steel, stainless steel, aluminium)
  • Laser welding (precious) metals
    (within a range of 500x500x500 mm)
  • Deep drawing of various metals with hydraulic deep-drawing presses
    (in-house assortment of deep-drawing tooling)
  • Assembly of products and machines
    (in large mechatronic assembly shop with ESD area (anti-static safe area)

Thin wall butting

We developed the technology for thin wall butting ourselves. This project was made possible in part through a contribution from the European Fund for Regional Development within the scope of OP-Zuid.

Thin wall butting projects

  • Eye surgery equipment
  • Strain gauge technology
  • Automotive drive chains
  • Hose couplings for consumer industry, automotive industry and aerospace
  • Display industry



In our workshop we assemble product components into finished products. We have also dedicated a separate area for the assembly of machines. We can take machines apart, optimise, construct and test them here.

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