Manufacturing technologies

Based on your production requirements, Ingenics analyzes manufacturing processes, plans production systems and supports the realization of your entire manufacturing system. During our planning, we also provide you with individually tailored, efficient systems that take advantage of today’s newest manufacturing technologies.

Carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP)

Today, the aerospace industry, industrial engineering and the automotive industry, due to innovative electro-mobility programs, are all pursuing the same goals: to improve the quality of carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) components and to lower the production costs of these composite materials.
Thanks to Ingenics’ years of experience in all three of these industries, we can exploit value synergies for you during the development of rational, economical and automated production processes.

With production planning expertise, in-depth knowledge of CFRP composite processing developed through numerous aerospace projects, as well as an outstanding network of experts such as the CFK-Valley e.V. in Germany — we provide your business with tomorrow’s decisive success factors, today.   

   

Painting and finishing facility planning

Painting and surface finishing systems enhance the durability, appearance and functionality of our customers’ products. Therefore, during our factory planning we pay special attention to the durability and efficiency of production flows. That’s why the integration of sufacing finishing operations is so important during the master planning of your production systems. And given Ingenics’ ecological approach, our planning combines minimized emissions with maximized efficiency of your painting or surface finishing processes. In addition, we plan these facilities to be manufacturer neutral, which allows you to choose from various painting products or systems for optimal, long-term, solutions.

Your Contact Person
Norbert Schlele

Tel.: +49 731 93680-0
norbert.schlele@ingenics.de
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