MillCraft 3D


Our portfolio includes a wide range of services aimed at meeting your design and manufacturing needs. Our main services include design and subsequent CAD / CAM programming, milling of models, molds, tools, components, inserts and much more.

In addition, we also offer services such as cubing, data control and leathering models and gauges to ensure that your products meet the highest quality standards.

Our team has extensive experience in the development of design models and clamping fixtures to optimize your production processes.
We also specialize in the processing of fibre composite technology and can support you in the production of trade fair exhibits and the processing of composite materials. We cover a wide range of materials for machining and processing, such as foam materials, all common model making materials, POM, PMMA, other plastics, CFRP, GFRP, aramid fabric, aluminum, brass, etc.

Our aim is to offer you high-quality solutions that meet your requirements. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information about our portfolio.


Model and mold making

Epoxy models are characterized by good material properties and resistance to temperature and pressure. They are ideal for demanding sectors such as the automotive, aerospace and medical technology industries. With our CNC machines, we can precisely implement complex shapes and structures to provide you with models that meet the highest quality standards. Models made of epoxy resin-reinforced plastic are ideal for laminating CFRP or GFRP molds.

We also offer low-density PU models and tools for e.g. infusion laminating tools, which impress with their flexibility and lightness. These models are also well suited for applications in architecture, product design and many other industries. Our design engineers work closely with you to develop customized solutions that meet your specific requirements.

Furthermore, higher densities are suitable for small series molds for the production of RIM foamed components and offer savings in both weight and production time compared to aluminum molds in this area, which has a positive effect on the investment.

Aluminum is used for larger quantities, smaller tools or for certain surface requirements. The material’s high strength makes it ideal for mold making in the composite sector. Although aluminum is light, it still offers high strength. This property makes it ideal for mold making, as it ensures good stability and durability. Aluminum moulds are resistant to mechanical stress and can therefore have a longer service life.

The high strength of aluminum also enables the production of complex and precise shapes that meet the requirements of various industries. Aluminum is an environmentally friendly material as it is 100% recyclable. The use of recycled aluminum in mold making reduces the need for primary aluminum and helps to conserve natural resources.


Testing, measuring and bonding gauges

Gage construction plays a decisive role in industrial production, particularly in the area of bonding, measuring and testing components. Gauges are used to ensure the accuracy and quality of manufactured parts and thus guarantee a smooth production process. In this article, we will take a closer look at gauge construction in the area of bonding, measuring and testing gauges.

Bonding is a widely used method for assembling components, particularly in the automotive and aerospace industries. Bonding gauges are used to ensure that the parts to be bonded are positioned correctly and that the adhesive is applied evenly. These gauges are custom-made fixtures that are specifically designed for each individual component to ensure precise alignment. Gauge construction enables efficient and precise bonding, which leads to increased product quality and a reduction in rejects.

Measuring gauges are indispensable tools for quality control in production. They are used to check the dimensions and tolerances of components and ensure that they comply with the given specifications. Measuring gauges are often used in areas such as mechanical engineering, electronics and medical technology. Gauge construction in the field of measuring gauges enables precise and repeatable measurement, resulting in high accuracy and consistency. This allows errors to be detected and corrected at an early stage to ensure high product quality.

Test gauges are used to check the functionality and quality of components. They serve to ensure that the components meet the specified requirements and function correctly. Test gauges can be used, for example, to check the accuracy of fit of components, to test electrical connections or to check the tightness of components. Gauge construction in the field of test gauges enables efficient and reliable testing, which leads to improved product quality and a reduction in defective components.


Carbon processing

Among other things, we specialize in the CNC machining of carbon components. Carbon, also known as carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP), is an extremely robust and lightweight material that is used in many industrial applications, particularly in aircraft and automotive construction. Our company has many years of experience and expertise in the processing of carbon components using CNC technology.

The processing of composite materials requires a high level of expertise. Special tools with a diamond coating are just as important as a suitable extraction system, as well as a special flair for programming, material handling, processing and finishing.

We understand that every project is unique and has specific requirements. We therefore offer individual advice and support to ensure that your carbon components meet the highest quality standards. Our dedicated team is at your disposal throughout the entire process to ensure that your expectations are met.


Exhibit construction

We provide mold construction, tools of various shapes or the construction of special models, but not only for production. Our service portfolio also includes models for trade fair presentations. After all, the fascination of planning, designing and shaping an exhibit as a genuine innovation for a specialist audience is something that particularly excites us.

Do you have a new product and want to present it to your visitors in oversize or as a demonstration model? Then you’ve come to the right place!


Component production

Our expertise also enables us to produce customized components that meet the specific requirements and designs of each customer. By programming the CNC machines using CAD/CAM software, complex shapes, specific contours and individual details can be precisely implemented. Regardless of whether simple or complex components are involved, CNC technology enables a high degree of flexibility in the implementation of customer-specific requirements.



In the composite sector, inserts are an indispensable means of realizing screw points, reinforcements or even lightweight cores to reduce the weight of the component. These are made from a wide variety of materials such as CFRP, aluminum, titanium or various foams. This type of component in particular requires a high degree of perfection, as it often involves complex geometries or very sensitive material.


Scanning / reverse engineering / measurement reports

3D scanning for quality control:

3D scanning offers a powerful method for quality control of components and products. By using state-of-the-art 3D scanners, objects can be captured quickly and precisely. The scanner generates a detailed digital model of the scanned object, which serves as a reference for the quality check. By comparing the scanned model with the target values, deviations can be detected and analyzed in order to identify possible errors or defects at an early stage. 3D scanning enables fast, non-contact and highly accurate inspection of components, resulting in improved quality control and a reduction in rejects.

The captured 3D scan data can be processed in detailed measurement reports to ensure precise documentation of quality control. These reports contain important information on dimensional deviations, surface quality and other relevant measurement data. The reports can be output in various formats and serve as a basis for further analyses, inspections and also as proof of compliance with quality standards. The measurement reports provide transparent and reliable documentation of quality control, which can be used for internal purposes or for communication with customers and partners.

Reverse engineering:
3D scanning also plays an important role in the reverse engineering process, particularly in reverse engineering. In reverse engineering, a physical component is scanned and converted into a digital model. This digital model can then serve as a starting point for the redesign, repair or further development of the component. 3D scanning enables the geometric shapes and surface structures of the component to be captured quickly and precisely. The captured 3D data is imported into CAD software.


Additive manufacturing

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is revolutionizing the way we design, manufacture and use products. Instead of forming an object from a single piece of material, it is built up layer by layer, allowing almost any conceivable shape to be realized.

The possible applications of 3D printing are almost endless. From prototype production in product development to the manufacture of demonstration models and restorations to technical components, such as measuring, testing and bonding gauges or devices for quality control and reworking of your component.

This process has revolutionized the way prototypes are developed and manufactured in the industrial sector. Using additive manufacturing technology, we can create high-quality prototypes quickly and cost-effectively, enabling companies to shorten their product development cycles and bring innovative ideas to market faster.

Our 3D-printed components are characterized by their precision, functionality and versatility. The freedom of design offered by 3D printing allows us to realize complex shapes and structures that meet the requirements of your specific application.

In the industrial sector, 3D printing enables the creation of prototypes for mechanical engineering, the automotive industry, aerospace, electronics and many other sectors. Our prototypes are used to validate design concepts, test functionalities and optimize production processes.