Even if you’re just marginally in the automotive world, chances are you will have heard the mention of subassemblies. Essentially a unit that is assembled separately, but designed to be incorporated along with other units into a larger manufactured product.
Automakers rely on suppliers for designing and building vehicle sub-assemblies such as seating, gears, safety systems, door handles, and final fixings based on original in-house specifications.
Considering the fact that a modern car involves the integration of a huge number of components, 3D modeling and simulation is applied in the design and implementation of stages, which then allow for each component to be separately manufactured across multiple geographies, yet still slot seamlessly into the overall plan.
In subassembly design, it’s generally good practice to avoid overcomplexity because as well as complicating the joining processes, it increases the risk of error. However, when it comes to delivering outstanding designs, world-class quality, and unbeatable style in the way behemoths like BMW Group and Mercedes-Benz AG do then complexity is in their DNA and its’ then that it is absolutely paramount that each sub-assembled part is made by the best in the respective industries.
From designing and building unique custom molds to injection molding exceptional products; from optimizing clients' processes to achieve perfection, and onwards to assembly, if it involves plastic auto parts, NS KUNSTSTOFFTECHNIK - CZ are the go-to injectionmolding partner of choice for a cacophony of international brands for exactly that reason. Reliability, quality, and speed are in their lifeblood.
Offering solutions include custom molding, pad printing, over-molding, and insert molding, the deliverance of parts that are not just mass-produced, but which are created with passion and understanding of the wider design and requirements of the overall production in a way impossible to duplicate, NS-K, and partner company ADIS Tachov s.r.o. take subassembly production to a new level.
Creating vehicles that outclass their competition may be a never-ending process, but finding a supplier who can deliver, adapt and deliver again for each new project put on the table is child's play.