Company Profile




330 FTE

Managing Directors

Bernd Krebs, Karlheinz Nüßlein, Christoph Hauck





Company Sites

Georgensgmünd and Spalt
(Central Franconia, State of Bavaria, Germany)

Production Floor Space

153,837 sq.ft.


The German Aerospace Industries Association (Bundesverband der Deutschen Luft- und Raumfahrtindustrie e.V. – BDLI) with more than 220 members represents the interests of an industrial sector, which owing to international technology leadership and worldwide success has become a significant driver of economic growth in Germany.

VDMA (Verband Deutscher Maschinen- und Anlagenbau, German Engineering Federation) represents over 3,100 mostly medium-sized companies in the capital goods industry. toolcraft is member of the Additive Manufacturing Association as well as Robotics + Automation.

The ICTM International Center for Turbomachinery Manufacturing in Aachen is a joint initiative of the Fraunhofer Institute and the RWTH Aachen. Target of the ICTM Aachen is to speed up technological innovations and transfer them to industrial applications.

bayme vbm refers to the Employers’ Associations of the Metalworking and Electrical Industries in Bavaria. It represents the joint commercial, social and political interests of their member-companies located in Bavaria.


bavAIRia e. V. was charged by the Bavarian government with the management of the cluster Aerospace. The aim of bavAIRia is to identify the Bavarian core competences in aerospace and space applications as well as to interlink authorised persons even more strongly to increase the global competitiveness of this industry.

The DVS "DIE VERBINDUNGS SPEZIALISTEN" is a non-profit association which acts independently and in the interest of its members. The aim of DVS is to promote the technology of welding and related processes with regard to technology, education and research.

The members assist one another in research and development in the field of additive manufacturing and the complete laser-based value chain for innovative light products.

The Aachen Center for Additive Manufacturing combines the expertise from institutes, research centers and startup companies. The network offers i.a. access to innovative know-how, training and education, software and systems engineering as well as services covering all aspects of Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies.

The SPACE™ Association’s objective is to offer and implement, either directly or indirectly, services in order to achieve commitments that are the improvement and sustainable development of industrial performance as well as the competitiveness of supply chains of on-board products for the civil aeronautical industry.

Mobility goes Additive is the leading additive manufacturing network of companies, institutions and research organisations in the mobility and logistics branch.


Regional Industry 4.0 initiative of North Bavarian companies and institutions in the field of automation technology. The coordination is done by the IHKs in Bayreuth, Coburg, Nuremberg and Würzburg-Schweinfurt as well as the Innovation Offensive East Bavaria.

The industry association COG (Component Obsolescence Group) Germany e.V. deals with the subject of obsolescence management. The aim is to minimize the consequences of the unavailability of components in products or to prevent this case.

An interactive portal that bundles cross-sector and cross-material information on national and international lightweight construction players and their lightweight construction-relevant competencies and activities.



Sales of CAM software and for offline programming of robots, support & training, software development, NC post-processors

Georgensgmünd (Germany)

Precision parts, product development, injection moulding technology, services, mould making

Yogyakarta (Indonesia)

Foremost system partner for quality tools of leading manufacturers, 
including proprietary GARANT premium brand. 

Munich (Germany)

One of the world's leading suppliers of machine tools with laser technology in use. toolcraft invests in the latest generation of machines based on powder bed.

Ditzingen (Germany)

Siemens Digital Industries Software, a business unit of the Siemens Digital Factory Division, is a leading global provider of software solutions to drive the digital transformation of industry, creating new opportunities for manufacturers to realize innovation.

Plano (Texas)

Simufact Engineering, an MSC Software company, is a global operating software company providing process simulation products and services to manufacturing industries. The software supports the design and optimization of manufacturing techniques in metal processing.

Hamburg (Germany)

Surface finishing for demanding technical and decorative plastic parts

Langenzenn, Singapore, Batam

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