Added values in plastics processing
Greiner Assistec not only takes charge of the customized production of plastic parts and assemblies, we are also specialists in finishing products in line with individual specifications. We provide end-to-end solutions from a single source: Added values give parts that extra touch and are seamlessly integrated into our range of production processes – whether in-line or off-line.
The procedures and processes that are best-suited to a project are determined by our project management team in close coordination with the customer. This step prioritizes taking a custom approach to each particular project. It is important to us to share our expert advice with our customers and to find exactly the right solution to suit their diverse needs and specifications. For the same reason, we also seek to continuously expand our portfolio. We are able to combine our added values with different materials and technologies to best suit our customers’ requirements.
Added values for special characteristics
Greiner Assistec has made a name for itself as a high-quality assembling partner in the plastics sector. We put together both plastic parts produced in-house and bought-in parts using screws, joints, welding, or industrial adhesive. We carry out the assembly of simple parts as well as complete assemblies or more complex parts – precisely, quickly, and reliably. It makes no difference to us whether the individual components involved have been produced by Greiner Assistec or not – when requested by our customers, we will also suggest alternative suppliers of particular parts that are not produced by Greiner Assistec.
We take care of:
- Designing complex solutions tailored to our customers’ specific needs
- Developing and setting up the required tools for the process
- Environmentally-friendly waste management
Depending on the customer’s specific project, we use different welding processes to join individual plastic parts together.
- Hot plate welding: A hot plate is used to fuse the parts together.
- Ultrasonic welding: The parts are joined together using ultrasound waves.
- Vibration welding: The vibration welding technique joins two parts using the heat generated by vibration.