Customized solutions.

The BuckLAB: We develop passion.

We love to develop new solutions. In doing so, we are at our best. Most of the time, this happens in BuckLAB, where we like to experiment with new materials and develop prototypes. We have already designed numerous custom products for the automotive industry here. Among others, is our heat-resistant vapor elements for cars and trucks. But we have also been allowed to take on development work for the medical technology or construction industries at BuckLAB.

No matter whether you are looking for a solution in the field of damping, sealing, filtering or protecting: If you're stuck, just come to us - we'll be happy to develop something new for you. Often we know right away that your problem can be solved with technical meshes. Just talk to us. It's worth it.

The man with the license to knit.

Alfred Buck not only stands for an unwavering pioneering spirit, but also still himself with his team in the workshop.

Thanks to all our employees and our in-house machine shop, we can develop prototypes in a short time and bring them to series maturity. 100 units or a million, it doesn't matter to us. You order, we deliver. Fast, precise and reliable. Without long lead times, without rejects, without hidden costs.

Basalt or carbon fiber: we'll get it done for you.

We knit both basalt and carbon fiber as roving. Basalt fibers have a firm consistency, are flexible, non-toxic or environmentally neutral, UV stable, non-carcinogenic and resistant to chemicals and heat (up to 800 °C). We currently knit basalt fiber up to 2,000 tex and carbon fiber from 3k up to 50k yarn thickness.


Knitted adaptability.

Carbon fiber knit is also used in orthopedics because of its very good drapability.

BUCK Crash Composite Material.

Composites with knitted meshes made of glass, carbon or basalt are suitable for crash elements because of their damping and draping properties.


The knitted brake disc.

The multidirectional orientation of the knitted carbon fiber rovings combined with hard silicon results in high impact resistance in the CSiC brake disc.


Do you have any questions?

Would you like to know more about us and our product solutions? Do you need support with a current challenge? Then do not hesitate to contact us. We are looking forward to it.


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