We specialise in technical plastic profiles and offer advanced processing techniques such as extrusion and multi-component extrusion.
Our aim is to integrate a wide range of materials into a single product. Thanks to our expertise and in-house tooling development, we offer tailor-made solutions for your individual requirements.
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WSF Kunststofftechnik GmbH specialises in the production/extrusion of technical plastic profiles. The focus is on multi-component extrusion to meet the demanding requirements of our customers. Our aim is to combine several components and different materials in one product.
Thanks to our special know-how and the advantage of being able to develop, adapt and improve all production and finishing tools in-house, we are able to respond flexibly to the most diverse customer requirements.
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Extrusion is a plastics processing method in which a thermoplastic material is forced through a die to form a continuous profile with a constant cross-sectional shape. The material is forced through an extruder, which brings the material to a meltable consistency and forces it through a die. Extruded products can be produced in a variety of shapes, including tubes, films, sheets, profiles and fibres. Extrusion can also be used to mix plastics with various additives or fillers to achieve specific properties such as hardness, stiffness, colour and conductivity.
Multi-component extrusion is the simultaneous processing of several materials to produce plastic parts with different properties or even different designs/colours and additional functions (punching, sliding properties, rigidity). In this process, the materials are combined and extruded in a single extrusion line. For example, materials of different hardness, transparency or colour can be combined to produce functional or aesthetic parts. Adhesive tapes, aluminium tapes, flock or hot stamping foils are also processed here.
We use pad printing (a special printing technique) to print colours and logos onto plastic parts. A silicone rubber matrix (tampon) is placed over an engraved print image and the depressions are filled with ink. The tampon is then pressed onto the plastic part to transfer the printed image. Tampon printing is very versatile and can be used on uneven and hard-to-reach surfaces.
We use cutting technology to separate profiles or to make special cut-outs in the profile directly on the line or offline. There are a number of different methods, such as slitting, guillotine cutting, general sawing, punching or knife cutting. The choice of the optimum cutting technique depends on a number of factors, such as the type of material, the thickness of the material and the required cutting accuracy.