Dr. Oleg Schmidt with a labextrusion system.

Your requirement

our solution!

Our advantage is our individuality. Almost every machine is specially adapted, designed and built in our company for the respective customer. In the design department we have more than 30 engineers who are responsible for the mechanical and electrical design of the machines.

We excel in solving problems. We are also happy to develop completely new machines together with you, which we will produce as unique models. Customized solutions, off the standard, are our daily tasks.

For the machines shown here, this means: we also offer all products as variants, which are individually customized to your specific requirements. Moreover, we work with guaranteed quality standards. Thus you get the highest possible quality and reliability. 

3D-picture of machine for professional use, for plasticizing and sheathing wires, etc.

Glad to solve problems

You need support in the implementation of your technical ideas, patents or developments. We are ready to help you with all your individual inquiries.

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laboratory tests

We supply a high-tech laboratory extrusion line for your own R&D department. With our laboratory lines, customized to your requirements, you can plasticize all common polymers. Even high temperature materials up to 400 °C do not represent the limit. A special highlight of our laboratory extruders is the innovative plug-in screw, which can be individually adapted to the requirements of unknown materials in just a few steps. This allows you to easily exchange compression threads, barrier threads or mixed parts and thus create new screw designs.

Picture taken from a publication and front page of the US magazine Wire and Cable Technology

Technical publication from the American magazine Wire & Cable Technology

A quick introduction to our skills and expertise

Granulating lines
This machine type is used in the production of plastic granulate. Strands are extruded from powdered raw materials or recycled plastic, which are then crushed in a further production step. The resulting granulate is then the raw material for other plastics processing machines. KURRE supplies customized extruders for this application and, if required, also adapts them to the respective granulating line. 

Hot melt extrusion
In contrast to conventional extrusion processes, hot melt extrusion is characterized by an intermittent mode of operation. High-dynamic drives are required to compensate for the strong pressure fluctuations when opening or closing the application valve. 

Flying saws
This system component was designed and built by our project team to separate sheathed fluorescent tubes from the extruded strand in a continuous process. This is another example that demonstrates our ability to develop, implement and operationalize custom solutions. 

Coating and mounting racks for the automotive industry
In automotive production, plastic components are used in many areas of the car body. These plastic parts are painted in all available vehicle colors. This is done using highly automated coating lines in which the parts must be specifically picked up and positioned. Using Solid Works 3D data, we design and manufacture these coating racks.
The correct positioning of the plastic parts guarantees an optimal finishing. We also manufacture ergonomically designed assembly racks for subsequent processing and equipping with components. These include, for example, headlight cleaning systems, distance sensors or similar. 

Positioning unit for shower tray production
Shower trays are cast from specific concrete pre-materials. The material is viscous and must be processed under breathing protection within specified times.
The material properties vary with the natural environmental conditions during the seasons. The wide variety of geometries of shower trays requires high demands on automation. Programs must be flexibly adaptable, the user wants to be able to create program variants independently at any time. This task was also designed, built and programmed by our project team at Kurre.

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