tsf tübinger stahlfeinguss Franz Stadtler GmbH, a traditional family-owned company, produces steel investment castings using the lost wax casting process and gives intensive advice on development and conception. Under the motto “High-strength, economical lightweight construction” tsf shows that lightweight construction and steel are not mutually exclusive. With tsf, a fast, high-quality and cost-efficient investment casting company presents itself at the HANNOVER MESSE again this year.
Sales Manager Martin Krämer: “Unlike last year, we will focus on lightweight construction and customer-oriented flexibility this year. To highlight that, we will exhibit in a new location at the HANNOVER MESSE.” The tsf exhibit team will no longer be found at the booth of the German foundries, but rather in exhibition hall 5 at the Integrated Lightweight Plaza.
tsf manufactures precision castings with unit weights from 10 g to over 70 kg. Component lengths of up to approx. 500 mm can be realized. With a wide range of materials and alloys, tsf can specifically address unique lightweight requirements: every investment casting component manufactured by tsf has exactly the characteristics specified by the customer. For castings, tsf produces all grades of steel from unalloyed carbon steels to alloyed engineering steels to very high-alloyed stainless, acid and heat-resistant steels.
Another novelty: In the newly founded tsf group, the company tsf international GmbH & Co. KG, also offers the opportunity to implement cost-optimized overall solutions through an international production network that meets its own quality standards. “We do not offer simple LCC sourcing but develop a best-cost-country solution in cooperation with our customers that meets all economic and technical requirements,” says managing director Stephan Strohbücker.
Visit us at the Integrated Lightweight Plaza in HALL 5 and make an early appointment for a technical or commercial discussion. Tübingen Stahlfeinguss (tsf) stands for competence in the production of steel investment castings.