Automotive

Driving down the weight of powertrains

Compact design and low weight for state-of-the-art automotive engineering: Like our flowformed clutch housings, subassemblies, rotor carriers and ring gears, developed by us for the automotive industry and produced ready-to-install. Whether with internal and/or external gearing, our forming processes are suitable for low-carbon, low-alloy and stainless steels.

GROB-FORMED CLUTCH HOUSING



We use the GROB forming process to form cylindrical hollow bodies with internal and external splines — for example for ready-to-install GROB-formed internal disc carriers or components that allow both splines to be used simultaneously.

GROB forming

HOLLOW GEARS



Optimal power transmission, for example in planetary gearboxes: Whether a batch size of one or ten thousand, our flowforming process is precisely adapted to the tooth geometry of the hollow gear.

Flowforming with internal splines

SUBASSEMBLIES


We create subassemblies to order — with metal-cutting/machining, laser welding and (laser) hardening, building subassemblies with disc or rotor carriers, and welded shafts and gear wheels.

Welding

HOLLOW SHAFTS


Delivering the power! Our hollow shafts perform a wide range of functions in drivetrains. They are used as drive shafts for four-wheel drive vehicles, as carrier elements in hybrid and electric drives, as well as in commercial vehicles, construction and agricultural machinery.

Flowforming with internal splines