Co-engineering: working together towards the optimal outcome
Co-engineering is a process where two or more parties collaborate to design, develop, or improve a product. At Mifa, co-engineering results in the highest quality, sustainability, and an optimal end product.
Precision extrusion by Mifa Aluminium
The technology, knowledge, and experience we have in-house enable us to extrude the most complex shapes of aluminium and magnesium profiles with an accuracy of ± 0.02 mm, serving various markets.
The combination of co-engineering, precision extrusion, machining, surface treatment, and assembly in-house is crucial here. This provides us with the ability to fully utilize our broad range of expertise in-house. Read below to discover the various techniques we offer.
Co-engineering leads to optimal results
At Mifa, customers have the freedom to submit their own designs. However, we also encourage collaboration through co-engineering, which begins in the product’s design phase. This partnership between customers and our engineers can result in a product with enhanced efficiency, quality, and refinement. Additionally, co-engineering often leads to an accelerated production process and lower costs. In summary, these are the benefits of co-engineering at Mifa:
- Experience in various markets
- A refined profile or component
- Optimal results
- Faster time-to-market
- Lower costs for an efficient design
- Single-party responsibility
Advising on the right material selection
Selecting the appropriate aluminium alloy is of paramount importance. Depending on the application, only the right alloy can guarantee the best end result.
Our engineers are ready to provide guidance on the optimal solution for your product. They possess the necessary expertise in extrusion and aluminium alloys. Working in conjunction with the market and product knowledge of our customers, we can achieve the best possible outcome. Considerations such as cost savings and energy efficiency play a crucial role in this process.