For the first time, M.TEC GmbH is completing the stand and thus also the portfolio of Hamburg-based K.D. Feddersen Holding GmbH at the world's largest plastics trade fair in October 2019 and is presenting the new engineering services - for example the digital twin in warpage optimization - within the group.
As an engineering service provider, M.TEC stands for the holistic development of plastic technical products and components, from the idea to the start of production. The special feature in this respect is the company's interdisciplinary approach, in which systematic and methodical product development is ensured by the in-house simulation and calculation department. With more than 25 years of experience in the development of plastic products and components, M.TEC cooperates with international companies from the automotive, medical technology, household appliances, building automation and electronic devices markets. By incorporating the engineering company from Aachen, the Feddersen Group thus expands its overall portfolio and offers holistic and economical engineering solutions based on knowledge-based services.
At the K-Fair 2019 from October 16 to 23, visitors can learn more about M.TEC's product development process and unique future-oriented approaches from the Feddersen Group's joint stand. For example, M.TEC will present the digital twin in warpage optimization, which maps all influencing variables from component geometry and injection molding process in a mathematical-virtual image of the physical relationships. This innovative method makes holistic optimizations possible and opens up new ways to reduce time and costs and minimize the proportion of bad parts.
In addition, M.TEC will present step-by-step at the K 2019 trade fair, using illustrative project examples, how the sometimes complex development process works and what questions the engineers have to ask themselves in order to successfully develop a new product or component. Innovation and experience in product development go hand in hand: M.TEC's engineers use their expertise, for example, to advance novel approaches in e-mobility such as the development of battery housings, connectors and high-voltage storage housings.