Case Study Efficiency at maximum precision

Editor: Barbara Schulz

Poland - Kowary-based mould maker C-Form is relying on Meusburger’s expertise in standard parts as well as the company’s H-1000 clamping system, which helped C-Form to significantly minimise clamping times and increase machining precision.

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Meusburger Sales Manager Poland Grzegorz Natkowski, Meusburger Area Sales Manager Poland Gregor Dytko and C-Form’s Martin Cyganik in front of the company's latest milling machine (left to right).
Meusburger Sales Manager Poland Grzegorz Natkowski, Meusburger Area Sales Manager Poland Gregor Dytko and C-Form’s Martin Cyganik in front of the company's latest milling machine (left to right).
(Source: Schulz)

Behind the inconspicuous walls of the former carpet factory lies the workshop of the young mould-making company C-Form, located just 100 km southwest of the city of Wroclaw in Poland. The firm, which was originally founded by Martin Cyganik, his brother Paul and father Jan Cyganik to provide moulds to the Swedish manufacturing industry, has grown into a successful business with customers in Sweden, Poland and other European countries.

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In 2006, the two brothers took a risk and left Sweden – their home for more than 20 years – and ventured out on their own to provide the company their father was working for at the time, Ericsson, with superior injection moulds made in Poland. In the early years, the company’s products were manufactured on one milling machine, two EDMs and a grinding machine. Meanwhile, the company has grown to 25 staff and complements the mould-making business with its own injection moulding company called C-Tech. Together, the two firms have 55 employees under one roof, yet while the owners constantly fold their money back into the company, space is running out.

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