Technicon opens new Rüsslesheim studioWed, 04 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800
The creative arm of global automotive specialist, Technicon Design, has opened a new European studio in Rüsslesheim, Germany.
As part of a grand opening late last year, selected clients where invited to view the new center. The new studio takes occupancy in the historic former Opel factory in the heart of the town in the Rhein-Main region of Germany. The studio is managed by Wolfgang Blunck and was originally set up by Werner Strathaus, who is now global operations director.
The new studio facility boasts a range of capabilities spread over two floors and 800 square meters. The upstairs studio accommodates perfect lighting clay modeling and milling equipment, three CAD studios and administration offices.
The ground floor is home to the hard modeling and milling operations on two plates for working both clay and ureol bucks.
This new facility adds to Technicon's other locations in the UK, France, China, USA and Brazil.
By John O'Brien