Looking for a specialist in cold forming? Then you’ve come to the right place. Karl Schilt is a pioneer in machining stainless steel using technology, which we’ve continuously fine-tuned and expanded over the decades.

metal, becoming renowned experts over this time. Today we supply precision products to suit every application: From simple formed parts and standard products from our inventory to customized products in assorted sizes. We also offer a variety of setscrews made from a wide range of materials, and our outstanding special small-head screws.

We see difficult tasks as a challenge, which we meet head-on with dedication, expertise and advanced engineering. Another advantage: You don’t need to go anywhere else as we’re your one-stop shop. As a company with over 70 years of experience in machining, we can finish your parts exactly to your specifications.

Precision is one of our strengths. Thanks to our know-how, we can form parts with an incredible 10 mµ tolerance. Our state-of-the-art measurement and test equipment ensure we achieve consistent production quality – and that applies to the over 500,000 setscrews, special screws and non-threaded connectors that leave our production facilities daily.

The Schilt Group

Besides the company Karl Schilt, since the fall of 2015 our Group has also included Ebinghaus GmbH in Hattingen and Erich Ulrich in Bad Dürrheim. Both companies have a well-established market presence. Erich Ulrich specializes in the cold forming of parts up to M18, while Ebinghaus GmbH focuses on machining larger setscrews up to M42. In addition, as importers of standardized setscrews and screws, and with their extensive inventories, both companies are among Europe’s leading suppliers. The strong bonds and close contact we maintain within our Group enables us to utilize synergies and optimize our technological and process expertise to your advantage.

The grub screws and screws by Schilt Group withstand extreme loads and take on lifesaving and important tasks on land, on water and in the air. Those parts literally hold together what belongs together.

The Schilt Group