Röchling Sustaplast possesses one of the most modern and largest near net shape casting plants as well as many years of expertise. Semi-finished products, specialized, and cast parts even with the largest dimensions are manufactured with outstanding characteristics using the material SUSTAMID 6G and various modifications. In a magnitude of application areas, SUSTAMID 6G substitutes for materials such as steel, bronze, or wood. Take full advantage of this unique material.
Through the process of anionic polymerization, Röchling offers you the production of semi-finished products with standardized dimensions as well as the production of parts with complex designs. The objective is the most economic and technically sensible manufacturing of finished parts with the optimized use of materials and machinery.
Corrosion restistant, wear resistant and easy machinable
Polyamide is a popular material in automotive engineering, machine building, and plant construction as well as electronics due to its outstanding, balanced set of properties. The material distinguishes itself via high mechanical and thermal stress capacity as well as high chemical resistance. Absolute corrosion resistance, excellent wear resistance, and machining ease make SUSTAMID 6G the top choice among materials. The density of SUSTAMID 6G is 87% less than that of metals and also provides enormous advantages during assembly.
Ideal for large dimensions
Most polyamide is processed by first melting the material and then shaping it. One can achieve all kinds of shapes through the injection molding process. During the extrusion process, semi-finished products emerge in the form of rods, sheets, films, tubes, and profiles. The dimensions are, however, restricted depending on the process.
Röchling offers you near net shape casting as the ideal manufacturing process for large-volume parts, which cannot be manufactured through injection molding, as well as for massive semi-finished products that are not suitable for the extrusion process. There are practically no limits with respect to dimensions and modifications.