Cutting the Scrap
We offer a free filler part plug-in for CAD/CAM systems that reads the geometry of the residual surface of existing cutting plans, inserts simple parts from our database and manufactures them directly. For these, we issue a purchase guarantee to manufacturing companies. We offer purchasers the resulting parts at favorable conditions.
In this way, one manufacturer's waste becomes another manufacturer's input, and together we save the environment and resources.
20% production waste in subtractive manufacturing
It is impossible for cutting companies to fully utilise their production capacities.
Where something is cut out, something is left over.
In the industrial cutting of wood, metal and textiles, the average is 20%.
This is not only an ecological problem, but also an economic one: Paid material that was already ready for processing on the machine has to be stored or disposed of - usually at high cost.
Conservatively estimated, over 5 billion euros end up in the bin every year, in Germany alone and only in the wood, metal and textile sectors.
Why has this been hard to change?
Upcycling on an industrial level
Our software offers manufacturers the opportunity to reduce their waste, the associated costs and the CO2 footprint of their company without additional effort - and buyers to source their material from environmentally friendly value creation.
Information for Cutters
It automatically supplements your cutting plans - be it wood, metal or textile - with our filling parts. We take these parts, which are produced in the same work step, from you at a fixed price. Our partners take care of the logistics.
In addition, we will provide you with concrete data on the amount of waste you still produce and how much CO2 you have saved with us.
Information for Buyers
This way, you not only buy your goods locally and below market price, but also contribute to an environmentally friendly value creation process.
If you require a specific format that deviates from this, we will be happy to make you an offer.
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Advantages for Cutters
Minimization of your disposal and storage costs
Increase the utilization of your production capacities
More climate-friendly processes
Advantages for Buyers
Prices below market level
Independence from imports through local production
Contribution to waste prevention and climate protection
If you are a software developer or machine manufacturer and are interested in a partnership, we would also be pleased to hear from you!
Lukas is a software developer with a focus on IT systems engineering and studies at the Hasso Plattner Institute Potsdam. After various stops in mobile app and web development, he has specialized in personal fabrication and the development of new manufacturing methods. He is particularly drawn to folding problems - be it in the form of algorithms or extended folding boat tours.mehr...
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