Temponik - your business partner in prototyping
Temponik was founded in 1988 as a subsidiary of a larger Danish foundry. Already in 1988 prototypes in light metal where requested by many companies for them to test newly developed components prior to manufacturing the final steel mould.
The foundry decided that they would offer a fast and economical alternative to conventional die casting.
A manufacturing process named TempoCast was brought in. Temponik was established and start to produce functional prototypes with short delivery times at attractive prices.
In the beginning focused Temponik the molding of aluminum and zinc. But the time was the company's goal to be at the forefront. There was continuous run development trials, and after a short time could Temponik launch magnesium casting. After a few years broke Temponik from pressure foundry and became an independent company headed by Jan Brinch-Møller.
In 2004 the TempoForm processing started up. This method means that we can produce parts without any mould.
In 2009, Temponik was sold to Tommy and Morten Nors, who own and operate Idé-Pro Skive A/S. Temponik changed its name to Temponik Skive A/S and currently operates as a sister company to Idé-Pro Skive A/S.
Temponik is one of the few prototype manufacturers who has over 25 years of experience in producing castings of very high complexity.
In recent years, Temponik has expanded production facilities significantly and invested in advanced technical equipment so that we can meet the market's increasing demands for functional prototypes.