Innovative engineering for economic system solutions
There is a system in MICHELFELDER sheet-metal working. That is why we talk of systemeering. After all, MICHELFELDER provides innovative engineering for high-grade system solutions. Customers, in particular, with complex operational requirements in sheet-metal working e.g. in food, packaging, clean room and automation technologies as well as in the photovoltaic, semi-conductor and pharmaceutical industries substantially benefit from our standardized sheet-metal manufacturing processes in the form of manufacturing optimized components and systems together with cost reductions.
Strategic process cost reduction
Systemeering describes a strategic production concept which again and again has stood the test of time in practice in sheet-metal working. It is, in fact, the consistently pursued refinement of a form of customer orientation realized over many years now in the development, design and manufacturing of components, sub-assemblies and total systems. Our team around Christoph Bantle, our design professional, intensively delves into your operational requirements. In over 90% of all applications, the MICHELFELDER Design Service contributes to cost-optimized function and design improvements in e.g. sheet-metal casings and frames, claddings, welding frames and tubular frames.
The result is there at the outset. As ideas generator and adviser, the MICHELFELDER Design Service provides those decisive impulses for efficient sheet-metal working solutions being enquired into. From the very first diagram, our design professionals prepare rational solutions with our customers. After all, a perfected manufacturing optimization saves considerably on time and thus cuts your costs.
Simple diagrams suffice as the basis for comprehensive projects
All-in management of every development stage from draft, prototyping and pilot production through to batch production
Exchange of digital design data between project participants
Integral design service for greater operating efficiency, creativity and flexibility in sheet-metal working