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Design of fixtures and jigs

Design department

Our team consists of experienced engineers specializing in design, development and realization of various applications for the automotive, optoelectronic, aerospace or medical industry. Starting from customer´s model, concept or idea we design and develop:

  • mechanical components and assemblies
  • stamping and bending tools
  • assembling, holding and inspection fixtures
  • pneumatic, hydraulic or electric devices

We offer our customers scanning and reverse engineering capabilities, as well as maintenance and repair services.

Assembly/Positioning Fixtures

For applications used by our customers in the automotive, aerospace or other precision industries we design and manufacture tools, jigs and fixtures used for:

  • transportation
  • manipulation
  • positionining
  • locating
  • assembling

Holding Fixtures

Mechanical or hydraulic fixtures are mostly used by our customers coming from the automotive industry to hold castings or forgings during machining operations. We provide both fixtures for turned and for milled components, including additional functions like: 

  • poka-yoke
  • clamping confirmation
  • air sensoring
  • other additional functions

Based on each part´s dimensions and tolerances we can propose customized holding plan including optimal number and sequence of fixtures and their clamping operations. Each fixture is accompanied by detailed project documentation describing e.g.:

  • number and layout of channels
  • hydraulic plan
  • BOM with manufactured and purchased parts

Inspection Fixtures

For the finalised product off the machining center or forming press we design and manufacture:

  • mechanical jigs and fixtures using gauges and go/no go passes to establish conformity or non-conformity with drawing dimensions and tolerances
  • mechatronic inspection stations
  • jigs and fixtures for coordinate measuring machines where the specifications are verified by tactile probe measurement