After successfully selling the product and market responsibility for RADSOK high current connector systems in 2005, JPF have been able to intensively concentrate again on the production of stamping-bending components. The decision not to operate any longer with an own range of products in the markets to avoid any competitive situation with customers, has provided the required independence to further successfully assist customers and partners with developing their stamping-bending parts by putting in the assured JPF Know-How.
From then on, focus has been laid on the development of concepts to combine different materials for productive purposes, e.g. plastics and metals. Processing concepts are developed in order to combine plastic parts by means of assembly. This for example as falling parts, as endless production on plastic or metal strips as well as further project-specific combinations. JPF’s wide-ranging Know-How creates intelligent solutions to particular customer requirements by offering economically most appropriate technologies.
At the same time, new customers in the field of medical engineering can be acquired. Especially the so-called ‘micro-stamping’ is put into practice for serial launch in the years 2007/2008. Stamping parts with measurements of 0.22 mm in diameter are produced in series out of materials that are most difficult to be applied for stamping. To date, this very new technology is nearly not available on the market and represents a further USP (unique selling point).
Investments in the up-to-date technology in the field of wire-erosion allows top quality of the micro-stamping parts. In 2010, JPF have at their disposal 4 AGIE wire-erosion machines of the current generation.