Surface finishing

High quality, visually appealing surfaces are extremely important for visible parts. This is why we offer you a range of processes which allow you to see even on the model, which surfaces look good and meet your needs.

  • Laminating: Parts can be laminated with fabric, leather, synthetic leather or plastic foam. The components are joined to their new surface by a range of processes, e.g. thermal activation, vacuum, pressure or various adhesives.
    There are many areas inside a vehicle in particular, which can be made even more comfortable and of higher value by lamination.

  • Flock coating: A wide range of flock fibres can be glued to models. They provide a soft surface and can be used to influence glide properties and the generation of noise, vary the colour and ensure comfort, for example. The process is often used for glove compartments or other storage areas.

  • Laser marking: Ideal for back-lit buttons, knobs or mountings. A laser can be used to mark numbers, symbols, etc. in a special coating, which is removed at the respective points, letting the light through the underlying transparent workpiece.

  • Coating: Used to protect the surface and provide an appealing visual appearance. We can work with a wide range of coatings in our own paint shop. From 2-component coating for car body parts, textured coatings and chrome-look coatings to tactile coatings (Soft Touch, all surfaces), every demand is met.

  • Aluminium vapourising: This not only provides an attractive appearance, coating with metals can also be interesting from a technical point of view. Reflectors in lights and headlights are produced this way. The plastic housing of electric devices can be coated with e.g. aluminium or Cu/NiCr, allowing them to absorb electromagnetic waves.