The goal of FACTUREE is to provide our customers with state-of-the-art procurement of custom parts in the digital age.
Our answer to the manifold challenges faced today in the procurement of technical components is Online Manufacturing. To achieve this, we rely on digitalization, automation and networking without having to forego the advantages of conventional contract manufacturing.
Thanks to our extensive network of manufacturing partners, we can always guarantee free capacity. A high degree of automation, e.g. when reading CAD files, ensures the quotation process is quick. In addition, machine learning algorithms are used for supplier matching in order to determine a suitable manufacturer with free resources and short delivery times for your respective project. All in all, our focus is on speed.
It makes sense that our motto is “FACTUREE brings the speed of the digital world to CNC manufacturing.”
Currently we have more than 1500 CNC machines constantly available for your projects through our manufacturing partners.
All potential manufacturing partners first undergo an onboarding process in which their respective strengths are identified and only projects suitable for them are assigned to our manufacturers. Throughout the entire duration of the cooperation, our partners are subject to a continuous data-driven quality management system to ensure our high quality standards.
In order to guarantee the confidentiality of your data, we also maintain non-disclosure agreements with all our manufacturers.
If you are interested in working with us, you can find additional information under Manufacturing partners.
In addition to CNC turning and milling, FACTUREE’s range of services also includes other manufacturing techniques such as CNC bending, laser cutting and 3D printing. Our forte lies in the field of prototyping and small series up to approx. 100 pieces, where we can provide convincing solutions even for demanding projects with short delivery times of 9-12 working days and attractive conditions. Large batch production is also possible without any problems.
- CNC machining
- Sheet metal processing
- 3D printing
- Heat treatments
- Mechanical finishes
- (Stainless) steels
- Aluminum alloys
- Other metals (Brass, Bronze, Copper, Titanium)
Our customers are as diverse as the components they design and come from areas such as mechanical engineering, medical technology, model making, robotics, automotive and aerospace.
The spectrum includes medium-sized companies (German "Mittelstand") as well as large international listed companies, innovative start-ups and many universities and renowned research institutions.
Our numerous satisfied customers include successful companies such as Siemens, Bosch Rexroth, Parker Hannifin, Hoerbiger, various Fraunhofer Institutes and the German Aerospace Center (DLR).
We consider ourselves a reliable partner of German industry, but we are also active throughout Europe and have a continuously growing number of customers in other European countries.
Our corporate culture
For us, entrepreneurial activity also means taking responsibility for our employees and our environment.
The corporate culture at FACTUREE is characterized by collegial cooperation, openness and active feedback where participation and criticism are not only permitted but also encouraged.
We also support several projects and institutions in the fields of environmental protection, culture, education and social participation. For example, we ship all your projects completely carbon-neutral and thus contribute to climate protection.2-neutral und leisten so unseren Beitrag zum Klimaschutz.
Learn more about our diverse commitment.
FACTUREE is based in the so-called Osram Höfe in Berlin.
The Osram Höfe are an historically important industrial monument in Berlin-Wedding. In the light bulb factory founded by Sigmund Bergmann, a former employee of Thomas Edison, in 1904, light bulbs were manufactured for the first time in Germany with the “Bergmann metal filament lamps”. By 1910, 16,000 of these had already been produced per day. Nine years later, the Bergmann factories became Osram GmbH, which continued to produce light bulbs at the site.
Further information on the sometimes eventful history of our company headquarters can be found in the corresponding Wikipedia article (in German).