Our activity is directed mainly to the European market. We cooperate with many companies connected with metal industry. An important area of our company is the production of our own flue gas releasing system from solid fuel heating devices to the atmosphere. We also manufacture machines and components for mining, energy, recycling, furniture industry and all kinds of steel structures. We work in the following fields: locksmithing, welding and widely understood metalworking.

    Our company’s policy is based on an individual approach to each project of our clients Thanks to our personal commitment we have been trusted by many partners representing various industries. The numerous cooperation links we have with various companies providing services in the field of metalworking and other special processes allow us to provide many customers with an extraordinary final product. The entire team, by providing our services, wishes all our customers to be satisfied, this is the most important matter for us. We have an appropriate machine park, production facilities, qualified staff and many years of experience.


    Laser cutting is a frequently used process for cutting lots of different materials. High precision, speed and versatility of the laser are the greatest advantages of using the laser cutting process. Laser cutting is a modern technology that allows quickly and precisely obtain a given element from various types of sheets.


    • Maximum sheet size: 1500 mm x 3000 mm
    • Material thickness:
      • Black steel – 20 mm
      • Stainless steel – 15 mm
      • Aluminium – 15 mm
      • Brass – 6 mm
    • Cutting accuracy +/- 0,1 mm


    • Maximum sheet size: 1500mm x 3000mm
    • Material thickness:
      • Black steel – 20 mm
      • Stainless steel – 15 mm
      • Aluminium – 15 mm
    • Cutting accuracy +/- 0,1 mm

    3D laser cutting differs from laser cutting, with the possibility of cutting complex shapes in pipes and profiles, and the tiltable cutting cylinder head also allows inclination when cutting +/- 45 degrees.

    • Piece diameter 20mm – 205mm
    • Piece length 6000 mm
    • Possibility of cutting with a cylinder head inclination of +/- 45 degrees
    • Accuracy of cutting +/- 0.1 mm
    • Material thickness:
      • Black steel – 10 mm
      • Stainless steel – 8 mm
      • Aluminum – 6 mm

    This traditional method is ideal for straight-line cutting out of uncomplicated shapes. It can be used to process sheets of virtually all types of sheet metal. The advantage of guillotine cutting is the possibility of processing relatively large sheets.

    • Length of the cutting line – 2000 mm
    • Material thickness – 4 mm

    Cutting with a band saw is carried out by means of a serrated metal ribbon in the shape of a loop, which is mounted on wheels rotating concurrently at high speed. It can be cut at various angles.

    • High load material: 978 mm
    • Min. Length of material: 20 mm
    • Min. Cutting diameter 5 mm
    • Cutting range – 45 degrees – 60 degrees


    Sheet metal bending with press brakes is a process consisting in forming flat sheet metal parts to the desired shape. Most often, sheet metal bending takes place in the machining process right after it is cut. Then, the piece is placed on a matrix with a V-shaped hole. Using the appropriate bending functions, the sheet is passed through the above-mentioned workpiece, as a result of which its shape changes. Press brakes are perfect for bending stainless and steel sheets as well as for bending aluminum sheets.

    • Pressure of 250 tons
    • Bending length 4200 mm
    • Pressure of 125 tons
    • Bending length 3000 mm

    Eccentric presses are a specific type of press, in the case of which the slider reciprocates – this movement occurs as a result of the work of the eccentric and the connecting rod from the rotational movement of the flywheel and shaft. These devices are widely used in plastic working, for example, they can be punched, bent or drawn.

    It is a type of metal forming. Rolling involves shaping the material between rotating rolls.

    • Rolled on a two-roll mill (rubber cylinder) up to an element length of 1000 mm and a material thickness of 2 mm


    The robotic welding process is carried out automatically by robots programmed for the needs of a given project. Robot welding is a highly advanced type of automated welding: machines perform the welding work, and welders control and supervise the process. Welding robotization allows to obtain precise and repeatable welds of details. Robots can reach inaccessible places and accurately complete complex welds faster than with manual processes.

    The robot uses various MIG-MAG, TIG and Laser welding sources.

    MIG / MAG robotic welding

    •  KUKA KR 200 L140-2comp
    •  KUKA KR 6 ARC

    Robotic welding with a laser source

    • KUKA KR50 R2100 / SEL with 3 kw laser source

    MIG / MAG welding consists of welding with an electric arc generated between the consumable electrode and the material that is being welded. The consumable electrode is a continuously fed wire. The arc and molten metal pool are protected by a stream of shielding gas. During TIG welding, the electricity is supplied through the tungsten electrode, which is heat-resistant and does not melt. A welding arc emerges from this electrode, which heats up and melts the piece. There is a shielding gas nozzle around the electrode.

    Riveted joint – permanent, indirect, mechanical connection of elements with rivets, usually in the form of cylindrical mandrels with heads. For a long time, riveting has been the most important method of joining metal structural elements.

    Spot welding is the most common welding method that is used to join elements made of carbon and alloy steels and non-ferrous metals. It is often used as mechanized and more and more often used in robotic stations (e.g. welding car carrosserie). The thickness of the materials to be welded depends on the power of the welding machine and the type of material to be welded.

    Stud welding consists in attaching metal pins to a steel element.

    • Diameter of spindles from 3 mm to 8 mm


    Powder paints belong to the group of ecological varnish products. They do not contain any organic solvents, and when applying them, no harmful volatile substances are released. The use of this type of paint also brings economic benefits.

    Spray painting consists in spraying paint under pressure onto the prepared surface. The paint stream is dispersed here and is in the form of fine droplets (aerosol).

    It is a technological process consisting in cleaning or shaping any surface with abrasive material in a stream of compressed air,