Cera-Shibo enables virtually 100% true-to-specification designs in an unrivalled short
reproduction time! Cera-Shibo can be removed and re- applied at any time – without
additional polishing work, wall thickness changes, etc.
The new technology allows a high degree of flexibility in tool making with regard to the
choice ofof materials (steel grades on request) and change management (welding, insert
splitlines, etc. are less critical compared to conventional etching technology). No special
surface polishes are required. Cera-Shibo also allow B-surface structuring (e.g. processing
of complex rib-reinforcing structures, wall thickness changes, etc.)
CeraMat is a flexible coating process in which microporous ceramic particles are
applied to surfaces.
A variable mixture of a ceramic base material is applied to the mould structure, e.g. steel,
aluminium using a paint process. This can also achieve layer thicknesses above 300 µm.
CeraCoat develops its specific properties with high tensile strength under constant and
controlled conditions during the tempering in a furnace.
The coating is:
Suitable for B-surface structuring (e.g. ribs, honeycomb structures, reinforcements, etc.),
wall thickness changes, optimisation of the heat balance – ideal for flexible change
management as well as component optimisation.
Fast and accurate in every detail for series production
The innovative Cera-Shell tool technology is pushing into new dimensions for the high-
quality yet inexpensive manufacture of TPO foils in an IMG process and the production
of PUR spray skins. Virtually all structure templates can be moulded with a previously
unimagined reproduction accuracy and transferred into production.
Short project times go hand in hand with new design possibilities and extremely