Masters

Welcome to “Masters of Sheet Metal”! Here you will find stories about people who do truly masterful work in sheet metal and who are committed to solutions, performance and products associated with processing sheet metal.

  • Oliver Secker: Tradition and innovation with sheet metal processing of the future
    Andreas Knottek: Over 50
  • Otto May: Specialist and all-rounder
    Waldemar Makowski: “We followed  the parts”
  • Volker Simon: Two generations at work
    Vaclav Kriz: Something’s brewing at Sinop
  • Wolfgang Jetter: “The Perfect Cut”
    Trinh Van Ha: Strong will
  • Chen Hui-Wen: Totally happy
    Johannes Weiser: The development aids
  • Matthias Weyer: Master builder
    Jürgen Bickel: Bickel’s got it down pat
  • Wu Chung-Hsien: Totally happy
    Michael Knottek: Over 50
  • Kwak Yun Chon: The slenderizer
    Brian Hayes: Modern heirlooms
  • Omar Rojas: Rust and dreams
    Christel Schreiber: Like father, like daughters
  • Hakan Yaman: In the fast Lane
    Jeff Cartier: Changing ways and expanding horizons
  • Tristan Opie: No risk, no gain
    Jacques Kammerer: They know what they’re doing
  • Katja Hof: Female, 36, managing director
    Pilar Batlle: Always ready to listen
  • Sven Kölbel: “This layer is well worth it”
    Marjan Volpe: Sheet metal from the Balkans
  • Alejandro Salazar: Rust and dreams
    Ömer Arabacı: In the fast Lane
  • Jan-Peter Höhne: One objective — many options
    Martin Krämer: Through thick and thin with the solid-state laser
  • Dr. Michael Rohwerder: A healer of metals
    Angel Jelev: Sheet metal from the Balkans
  • Marilyn Spreet: From metal sculptures to metal fabrication
    Uwe Arnold: “If it’s easy, then others can do it”
  • Stephan Schlömer: Perfectly happy
    Jack Percival.: Lower stress, higher productivity
  • Stefan Siegl: Making short work of it
    Holger Lendner: What you will
  • Christoph Siegl: Making short work of it
    Goran Sutalo: Sheet metal from the Balkans
  • Georg Mauser: Tradition and innovation with sheet metal processing of the future
    Dirk Matyssek: Expansive
  • Eduald Batlle: Always ready to listen
    Roger Willems: On Tour
  • Thorsten Seeger: “CO<sub>2</sub> and solid-state lasers complement each other – and lend us flexibility”
    Viola Hermann: Metalworker
  • Darrel Bishop: Sheet metal instead of milk
    Dr. Manuel Metz: The Space Ranger
  • José Rubens de la Rosa: Grand entrance
    Julián Jiménez Cándano: Removing the Element of Chance
  • Florian Meier: “We followed  the parts”
    Thomas Herberger: A machine that grows to meet new challenges
  • Michael Lerch: “Our tube processing makes us special”
    Roland Kiefer: Down to earth
  • Mark Fairchild: On top of the world
    Manfred Wujesch: A twin pack for bending small parts
  • Nathan Howard: “If only everything worked just this perfectly!”
    Thomas Steffen: “An idea won’t necessarily be successful just because it’s good”
  • Martina Kammann: Promoting ideas
    Alan Spreet: From metal sculptures to metal fabrication
  • Sigrid Deeg: Not without our robot
    Benny Gustafsson: „Det ser ganska ljust ut“
  • Jim Koberg: Powering up the world
    Egidio Maschio: “I personally guarantee every component”
  • Kwang Young Choi: The Shin Sung principle
    Brenna Fairchild: On top of the world
  • Kutlu Sahin: In the fast Lane
    Masakatsu Matsuo: “Two processes, one laser — that makes for productivity”
  • Harald Keller: “I don’t want a flash in the pan”
    Stephan Schink: Everything’s OK!
  • Pablo Vicent Pereira Motta: Grand entrance
    Reinhard Seiler: Builder makes his mark with quality
  • Tudor Muresan: A strong team
    Hans Wagner: Two generations at work
  • Frank Röhrle: Back to the roots
    Melanie Bickel: Bickel’s got it down pat
  • Jürgen Gerst: A team for volume production
    Dan Moore: Creative minds
  • Jordi Batlle: Always ready to listen
    Walter Zwicklhuber: Quick and reliable
  • Wolfgang Schuppler: “The Perfect Cut”
    Gosia Warrink: Multi-facetted designer
  • Miroslaw Gucfa: Taking a dive
    Buntoro Setiomulyo: “We want people to love us.”
  • Rolf Schages: Thick sheet, cut nimbly
    Greg Claycomb: Show me the edge
  • Erich Ludwig jr.: Lights out, diodes on
    Bruno Vogelsang: Plenty of heart and soul … and a good cup of coffee
  • Andrea Zampar: Think big!
    Tobias Richter: “Passion is part of the deal”
  • Wolfgang Knottek: Over 50
    Samuel Roth: Exact trimming for drywall studs
  • Michael Kohlmann: A shining example
    Jürgen Schanz: Sharp-edged beauties
  • Michael Knake: Highly diversified
    Sander Mutsaers: All or nothing
  • Rick Dahl: Powering up the world
    Marcel Ferreira: “We keep the customer in mind”
  • Jan Oortgiesen: A fast space saver
    André Visser: High technology on the Western Cape
  • Johann Hochstöger: Perfect production
    Markus Mauer: A shining example
  • Marcelo Facchini: Grand entrance
    Ludger Meier: “We followed  the parts”
  • Franz Biegert: A slender star for every purpose
    Almir Ciarrocchi: Grand entrance
  • Elizabeth Titton: Symbols of water
    Gabriel Pausch: Thinking ahead
  • Günter Peters: From one to a hundred
    Florian Friedrich: Specialist and all-rounder
  • Frank Steinhart: Shaping up
    Nelson Gehrke: Rapid transit in Brazil
  • „Geggs“ Martin: Working in the sky
    Ludwig Schopf: What you will
  • Jürg Ludwig: Curves for custom Harleys
    Per-Olof Björnsson: „Det ser ganska ljust ut“
  • Brian Amacher: Powering up the world
    Lise Baker: The flexibility to adapt
  • Uwe Distler: The railway expert
    Holger Klein: Modern networkers
  • Markus Hermann: Great acceleration
    Martin Krämer: Steel instead of stalls
  • Sarayut Pisolpool: Fashionable furniture
    Günter Schink: Everything’s OK!
  • Thomas Claaßen: Sheet metal maker and team player
    Ernst Hutterer: Perfect production
  • Pascal Martinez: From shed to factory
    Martin Stamm: “Now we’re twice as fast”
  • Walter Gamerdinger: An artisan in tone
    Gilles Martinez: From shed to factory
  • Giuseppe Pasquarella: Parts by the thousand
    Dietmar Röhrle: Back to the roots
  • Armin Renz: briefkasten.de
    Ferdinand Hein: “We learn the most at night”
  • Keith Chadwick: It holds and holds and holds …
    Greg Driscoll: The peaks of production
  • Martin Kälberer: Magic moments
    Kittisak Yokubon: Made in Thailand
  • Ge Guan Hao: “We all pursue the same goals”
    Frank Dreger: The hard metal tamer
  • Achim Dittrich: “Our firm has a broad stance”
    Johann Bürger: The development aids
  • Friedrich Brotzeller: A shining example
    Ingemar Ronger: „Det ser ganska ljust ut“
  • Günter Hommel: Applying pressure
    Jürgen Schröder: Thick sheet, cut nimbly
  • Werner Neumann: Unconventional and successful
    Matthias Hillemeier: A twin pack for bending small parts
  • Julián Jiménez: Removing the Element of Chance
    Hans-Dieter Gugel: A clean solution for laser production
  • To Van Nghiep: Strong will
    Wilhelm Kuipers: “No excuses”
  • Hermann Schickling: Power for heavy sheet metal
    Nils Clausen: Venue creator
  • Clinton Howe: Thick sheet, cut nimbly
    Nusret Kanat: In the fast Lane
  • Niklas Tjäder: „Det ser ganska ljust ut“
    Jörg Oberschmidt: Playing it safe
  • Patrik Gugel: A clean solution for laser production
    Roland Deeg: Not without our robot