HEK GmbH is a member company of the 60 year old MCP Group, one of the oldest producers of low melting alloys worldwide. Low melting alloys were traditionally used in… [Continue Reading]
Firms and educational organisations in Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia are all catching on to German company HEK’s MCP-Vacuum Casting System for making highly accurate and durable prototype products. Original published… [Continue Reading]
How Weissach engineers save 90 percent in costs and 95 percent in time. Original published in: Christopherus Porsche Magazin 2/96
For years experts have recognized the advantage of metal spraying of moulds with MCP Alloys. Long delivery times for moulds, increasing costs and the necessity to check new plastic products… [Continue Reading]
A vacuum casting resin development for crash tests offers an impact strength of 23kJ/m², heat deflection of 97°C an unfilled hardness of 78D.
In the last ten years industrial products are being made increasingly in plastic materials. For this reason it is necessary to produce prototypes in thermoplastic-type materials to check the design,… [Continue Reading]
4 pages, english and german (02/1989) about the MCP-Vacuum-Casting-System.
15 years of experience and development in the metal spraying of unit sole moulds has gone into the new Arc Spray Gun which is marketed by HEK GmbH under the… [Continue Reading]
1985: Cost and Time Saving The famous Porsche 959 used carbon fibre (CFK) body components produced with the MCP Metal Spray Mould technology. Approx. 350 Cars were produced
Metal spraying with low melting point alloys is a technical development that has many interesting aspects. A system has been developed to satisfy the ever-growing demand for quickly made low-cost… [Continue Reading]