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Historical background:

INDIA - DREUSICKE Berlin was founded as INDIA Tastenfabrik Berlin by Felix Dreusicke in 1929. At that time the production range was pressing of rubber caps in a 2-colour process. They were used as toppings for the glascaps used in typewriters and other office machinesat that time (1929). This resulted in a smoother touch for the writer. The rawmaterial used was INDIA-RUBBER from Southamerica, still to be found in the company's name. The company is registered at the Amtsgericht Berlin-Chsrlottenburg since 1934 (HRA 135 39).

After the death of the founder Felix Dreusicke in 1972 his wife, Berta Dreusicke, was the head of the company. Until 1982 the technical managment of the company was done by the daughter of the founder, Annelies Dreusicke.

1982 the son of the founder, Thomas Dreusicke joined th company. He acquired the company on January 1st 1985. The financial manager is Ute Dreusicke. Starting 1993 Mr. Ritter, since 2001 Mr. Adamski is the technical manager, Mr. Ziegler und Mr. Scheffler are the mould designers, Mr. Laabs is in charge of the production, Mr. Lohmann is manager for quality ensurance. The mouldshop is under supervision of Mr. Schlenner.

Today the company produces with an own highly modern mouldshop e.g. housings for the industrie industrial and consumer use and for instance housings for the DEUTSCHE TELEKOM.

The main business today is the manufacturing of moulds (for us and for customer use), the production of various technical and visible plastic parts. We also do surface treatments as for instance pad printing inline, silkscreening, ultrasonic welding, laser engraving, spray painting etc.

The name changed to INDIA-DREUSICKE Berlin to avoid the restriction of the old name "Tastenfabrik = manufacturer of key caps".

Beside mould design and mould shop, what mostly comes first, these are our 3 colums of business:
Plastic processing - Injection moulding Injection moulding, insert moulding
2-Colour injection moulding
2-Componentinjection moulding
Surface Technologies - Engraving
Pad printing Pad printing
360° Round printing
Silk screening
Spray painting
Subassemblies -

Ultrasonic welding



Technische Details

In 1959 the company started injection moulding with equipment from Battenfeld - BSK 20 V and H. The first ARBURG "Injection moulding machine", a C 4 with hand-driven clampunit was bought in 1965. This machine was "up-dated" with a pneumatic driven clamp unit after six months. In 1968 the company purchased an Allrounder A 100 U, in 1970 an Allrounder A 221 was bought. In 1982 the generation of microprocessor controlled machines began.

Today the company owns 27 CNC-machines of the Type ARBURG HydronIca, HydronIca D, CMD and SELOGICA

All moulds are being designed at an inhouse 3-D CAD System with interfaces to STEP, IGES, VDA-FS, and more.

In 1982 the first padprinting machine was bought for printing medium and high quantity at reasonable prices. In 1991 the company started spray-painting and laserengraving.

A quality system according to DIN / ISO 9000 - 9001 was installed in the same year. Computeraided measuring and controll systems are used to certify a high standard regarding length, weight, moisture, roughness and colour. The data is taken directly from the production machines if required.

The company is supported by a computer based Supply Chain Managment System (SCM). This relayes all datas from finance, technics, production and quality into one database. The complete computer network and the SCM system is capable of dealing with the YEAR 2000ff and the EURO. Since August 2001 the new SCM SYstem from BÄURER AG was installed, assisted by a online System for the production data from the company ProSES. At this system all of our moulding machines are connected online.

An inhouse mouldshop, highly modernized starting 1999 with 3-D CAD/CAM, Wire-EDM (AGIE), Dye-EDM (AGIE), 3-axis CNC-milling (DECKEL), 3-axis HSM-milling (BOSTOMATIC) and a 3-D coordinate measuring machine (MITUTOYO) is connected to one network.


A new chapter - the new building
A new chapter in the company chronicle was opened Dec 21st 1996. After only 6 months the company moved into her new own production and office building D-12277 Berlin - Marienfelde, Rigistraße 11.

By the construction the newest technologies for production were used including enviromental safety aspects:

  • 3D Dataimport of PC- and UNIX- Data,
  • The use of this data for NC-Processing in our CAD-system,
  • Transfer of the data to the mould making machines,
  • Computerized injection moulding machines with SPC-Data transfer,
  • Computerized ultrasonic welding machinery,
  • Marking facilities with a laser engraving machine,
  • Marking facilities with vertikal and round printing machines,
  • Patchfield for flexible use of rooms with PC´s , input points of data,
  • Telefon-/facs.-/Modem- connections,
  • CAT5 cabeling for 150 MHZ - network,
  • Mirrored server with daily full backup,
  • Big roof light inlets for optimal illumination in the production hall,
  • Illumination automaticly adapted to the amount of daylight,
  • 2-circuit-cooling-system for the prod. machinery with use of heat into the heating,
  • Floor heating for office and production,
  • Generously dimensioned 10KV transformer system with emergency-power supply,
  • Usage of the waste separation-system.
  • With those facts we are fit for the future demandings of the market and ensure the production place Germany.


Our Goals:

We are capable of advising our customers different processes to produce a part according to their needs,

e.g. we make parts in 2-material process hard/soft as well as conductive/nonconductive (MID).

We process so different high-tec materials like PVDF, PEEK, PEI, PPS, ... as well as PA, PE, POM, PC, ...