P/O/WEBER has a long tradition The company is family-run and already in the third generation.
Ever since Paul Weber founded the company, the highest quality standards have applied for us. A know-how built up over decades and the accurate production in our company make it possible for us to guarantee this quality.
With our product range, we have consistently oriented ourselves towards the needs of our customers and constantly developed further. Today, P/O/WEBER meets the highest standards worldwide with an extensive range of standard solutions and user-specific technologies to solve individual development, quality assurance and research challenges.
Highest standards of functionality, durable, accurate and reliable – these characteristics are typical of the quality of our house. Due to the high proportion of in-house production, we can guarantee a constant product quality.
Our success speaks for itself. At P/O/WEBER you benefit from many years of experience and a broad range of know-how.
We supply everything from a single source: from personal advice on the production of standard or special solutions to delivery and briefing.
We are not just a supplier for our customers, but partners. Together with you we implement innovative and individually designed system solutions.
In 1949, a few years after the end of the war, Paul Weber founded the company in Stuttgart-Uhlbach as a mechanical workshop.
The first vacuum press tools are produced in cooperation with the Max Planck Institute in Stuttgart and the Robert-Bosch company. They are used for sample preparation for the IR spectroscopy method invented by Perkin-Elmer at the time. In the same year Paul Weber develops manual lab presses which are adapted to the vacuum pressing tools.
During his apprenticeship as master mechanic at the Wilhelm Maybach School in Bad Cannstatt, Paul Weber's son, Paul-Otto Weber, together with technical instructors develops trial units and teaching presses for the practical training in metal professions at vocational schools – today technology in metalworking trials.
Extension of the product range with electrohydraulic lab presses for semi-automatic press operations.
Development of cold isostatic lab presses with hydraulically loaded press tools. This method allows the three-dimensional compression of materials in elastic forms surrounded by a fluid medium with pressures of several thousand bar.
Paul Weber’s son, Paul-Otto Weber, joined the company in 1959 and took over the management in 1976. In the same year, the company moved to Remshalden-Grunbach, 20 km east of Stuttgart, in a new and larger company building.
Together with technical teachers, Paul-Otto Weber develops trial units and teaching presses for practical wood technology at vocational schools – today technology in wood technology trials.
The first servo-controlled lab press with a screen on which the pressing process is visualized is developed for the Robert-Bosch company.
Development of the microprocessor control system PRESSYS for regulated processes with ramp-shaped ram force and temperature procedures.
Jürgen Weber, the grandson of the company founder, joins the company in 1992 and takes over the company management in 2000. In the same year, his wife Stephanie Weber starts working at P/O/WEBER.
Lab presses with pneumatic pressurisation and corresponding control valves are developed for applications with small but constant press forces.
For the discontinuous extrusion of ceramic materials, servo-controlled piston presses are developed and successfully implemented.
The new control generation PRESSYS can be used in all variety of applications for black and white, proportional and servo valve technology and, therefore, offers the right control solution for almost all pressing applications.
Consistant further development characterizes our ability to innovate. At P/O/WEBER you benefit from many years of experience.
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