• 250 new tools per year
  • 400 tons of press force
  • 0.02 — 3 mm metal thickness

Toolmaking, stamping technology and overmolding from one source

Härter has the necessary know-how and complete “hardware” needed for the most modern stamping technology. This provides our customers with all of the prerequisites for efficient solutions, seamless processing and first-class results. Development and design correspond directly with toolmaking and production. Without unnecessary interfaces and error sources.

Tool and die making
High degree of vertical integration for demanding, qualitatively high-value tools

Stamping technology
Stamping, formed and deep drawn parts on belts or as separate parts

Metal-plastic joining technology
Innovative metal-to-plastic components

Components assembly
Components assembled in stamping process or on assembly equipment

Basis for success: Our own toolmaking

Toolmaking has been one of Härter’s central competencies since the company was founded over 50 years ago. Instead of purchasing tools, we develop, build and produce all tools ourselves. In a big way: With approximately 250 new tools per year, we provide enormous breadth and are in the position to handle multiple large projects in parallel.

Performance requires size: Manufacturing floor in large format

Two billion stamping parts annually, 1,200 active customer products, 700 shipments per day: The prerequisite for this is a modern factory infrastructure and a correspondingly large-sized manufacturing floor. Härter also has more than 130 stamping machines covering press tonnages from 5 to 400 press force and 50 plastic injection molding machines. The same technology and quality standards apply internationally.

No matter what the material: Härter has the technology

Härter’s product range includes stamping, formed and deep drawn parts of all stampable materials, from aluminum and non-ferrous metal to stainless steel. From 0.02 to 3 mm thickness, with or without galvanizing. In addition, all common thermoplastics can be worked in metal-plastic joining technology. For first-class results with zero-tolerance for errors, all machinery and peripheral equipment are set to work with the specific product and material specifications.