We cannot imagine our everyday lives without them any more—plastic parts usually working in the background where their actual exposure to demanding requirements becomes evident only after closer inspection. Achieving persistent high quality that ensures the long service life we expect coupled with the smooth operation we need is only possible by selecting the right materials and manufacturing processes as well as providing continuous coordination between the customer, in-house development department and tool shop. This is what has led to our drive elements becoming commonplace in everything from electric motors for e-bikes to table height adjusting systems and file shredders and even your daily coffee, dispensed from a super-automatic coffee machine.
Drive engineering & gear motors
Used as drives for the cutters in a wide variety of shredders, our gears are loaded up to the limit, especially if they get blocked. These drives also feature an outstanding smooth operation thanks to their high toothing quality.
Table height adjustment
In lifting drive units, accurate toothed elements convert the rotary speed and torque of the motor into comfortable working positions.
Transformer station actuator
Without the consumer noticing, our gears regulate the voltage in the supply network. Depending on the specific demand, we thus discreetly ensure a consistently high supply quality for many years.
Spur gear stage for E-Bikes
The advantages of pairing metal and plastic can be seen in this application. The high-precision spur gear stage for E-bike motors consists of a metal helical rotor shaft and a plastic gear. This gear stage ensures savings in weight as well as smooth operation and a long service life thanks to the Made in Germany quality.
Brewing unit for a coffee machine
The motorized brewing unit, consisting of a gear set and brew head, is used in professional super-automatic coffee machines for catering and food services. The ground coffee is moved from the grinder to the brewing cup where it is compressed. Then hot water is fed in and mixed with the coffee. The coffee is dispensed through the brewing outlet piston. Once the brewing process is complete, the brewing unit moves to the discharge position. After the coffee is discharged, the brewing unit moves back to its initial position.