High-tech tooling enables us to produce components with dimensions of less than 0.1 mm. The resulting filter gaps can thus be as small as 70 microns or just 0.07 mm wide. Complete filters consist, of course, of thousands of such tiny gaps.
For those applications which cannot be directly injection molded due to the particular geometrical shape or specific material properties, filter bodies can be produced from over-molded metal or textile substrates in the injection moulding tool.
Using injection moulding techniques enables delicate structures to be created in a one-step process. The laborious and potentially fault-prone insertion of metal or textile substrates is eliminated, offering clear value analysis advantages.
From development, simulation and prototyping right up to series manufacture, including the provision of the necessary injection molding tools as well as assembly and test jigs, we offer a high-tech, one-stop shop for discerning customers.