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Pikatron GmbH • Raiffeisenstrasse 10 • D-61250 Usingen
Our location in Rasdorf celebrates its 40th anniversary
The history of Pikatron in Rasdorf began in 1979. It was the time of the German division and Rasdorf was on the edge of West Germany. Today Rasdorf and its Point Alpha are a central point in Germany. Even 40 years later, Pikatron, with its 34 employees, produces high-quality inductive components in Rasdorf. Thank you all, dear Rasdorfer employees, for your dedication and excellent cooperation.
We are looking forward to a new vacuum casting machine in Usingen
The new casting machine has a material preparation under vacuum and temperature and a very large casting space / molding space of 850 x 1500 x 900 mm³. At a final pressure of up to 5 mbar, different potting compounds (polyurethanes and epoxies) from a few grams to several kilos per component can be cast automatically.
Thanks for your visit!
Last Friday we participated in the first training fair at the Max Ernst School in Riedelbach. Together with 25 other companies, we were able to promote our well-attended trade fair for our company and for our apprenticeships and internships. We are looking forward to being here again next year.Many thanks to all who actively participated in our project!
Thank you for many good discussions at the PCIM in Nuremberg!
The appearance of the Pikatron Group with our five brands pikatron, tae Antriebstechnik, tesema Leistungselektronik, trafowerk Creuzburg and tesch EMC at PCIM 2019 in Nuremberg was extremely successful.
We would like to thank all visitors of our booth for your coming and the many inspiring conversations!
Cool torque motors at the Symposium on Electromagnetism
On March 14 and 15, 2019, the Symposium on Electromagnetism at the Technical Academy in Esslingen (TAE) in co-operation with the Reinhold-Würth University Campus Künzelsau once again took place in annual regularity. tae Antriebstechnik was represented by Gernot Pankratz and impressed those interested in research and development in the field of electromagnetism with the lecture about our highly efficient Cool torque motor.