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Philosophy
We think in terms of total concepts

Welcome to PRAUTEC


We don't just look for an easy way to get from point A to point B, rather, we always try to think outside the box.

What technology makes the most overall economic sense? What costs and consequential costs does a functional solution entail, and is there really no better solution? What is the state of-the-art overall, and what current developments can we benefit from?

PRAUTEC Systems does more than simply carry out the assigned task, and this is how we create perfectly integrated solutions that keep your operating costs as low as humanly possible.

Services
You can give guarantees with ous


MACHINE VISION


Quality assurance and flexible part recognition at the highest level, perfectly adapted to your manufacturing processes: PRAUTEC Systems wins large German and international clients through an ideal combination of image processing and measurement and control technology for mechanical and systems engineering applications.

GOING WITH US MEANS THAT YOU CAN MAKE PROMISES.
GUARANTEED!


AUTOMATION INDUSTRIAL ROBOT


We want your manufacturing process to function as independently as possible. This is why PRAUTEC designs, programmes, and integrates hardware and software into customer-specific processes. We produce machines and systems in small-unit production or using materials provided by the customer, providing installation up to commissioning.

WE ANALYSE CUSTOMER PROCESSES AND OPTIMISE THEM
TO BRING THEM IN LINE WITH THE STATE OF THE ART. 


LASER TECHNOLOGY


PRAUTEC develops, builds and integrates all systems needed to automate your continuous and intermittent process engineering processes.

BECAUSE THE RESULT WILL ONLY BE PERFECT
IF THE ENTIRE ENVIRONMENT IS RIGHT!


INDUSTRY4.0


PRAUTEC not only captures the data, evaluates it and archives it, we create intelligent machines as well as SmartFactory.

THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION,
ALREADY STARTED.

Projects
We have already often convinced

machine vision

gear wheel check

Control unit for testing of sintered and ready-processed gear wheels.

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gear wheel check

Control unit for testing of sintered and ready-processed gear wheel, as well as components with similar colour and geometry employing a conveyor belt/image processing system.

screw measurement

Screws in the component range from M6 to M24 and a length of 150 mm are 100% final-tested.

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screw measurement

Screws in the component range from M6 to M24 and a length of 150 mm are 100% final-tested. Test criteria include: The entire head geometry, nominal diameter, thread pitch, shaft length and other specific details.

machine vision robot system

Flexible optical measuring and testing system, flexible with camera and / or laser measuring sensor

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machine vision robot system

Flexible optical measuring and testing system, flexible with camera and / or laser measuring sensor

terminal quality

Battery terminal quality is tested circumferentially using a 2D laser contour scanner.

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terminal quality

Battery terminal quality is tested circumferentially using a 2D laser contour scanner. The testing time is under 10 seconds.

pump parts testing and packaging

Pump parts supplied are inserted into a rotary table, tested for dimensional accuracy and quality on both sides and subsequently packaged in tubes.

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pump parts testing and packaging

Pump parts supplied are inserted into a rotary table, tested for dimensional accuracy and quality on both sides and subsequently packaged in tubes.

sliding wedge

A round 22 mm long sintered sliding part is tested and measured on a conveyor belt in the contour of 0.03 mm and on surfaces in the range of 0.05 mm.

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sliding wedge

A round 22 mm long sintered sliding part is tested and measured on a conveyor belt in the contour of 0.03 mm and on surfaces in the range of 0.05 mm. Test criteria are pipes, holes, tears, outbreaks and outline deformations. The parts throughput rate is 120 parts/minute.

Universal testing and packaging machine

Different components are tested and packaged.

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Universal testing and packaging machine

Different components are tested and packaged.

Test characteristics ≥ 50μm

• Damage to the components

• Pin position and pin spacing

• Belt packaging

• Belt welding

• Cycle time of 45 components / min

• SQL database / CSV

Conductors / solder joints

Solder joints, SMD components and conductor tracks are tested for the highest quality

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Conductors / solder joints

Solder joints, SMD components and conductor tracks are tested for the highest quality

Automation / Industrial Robots

Foam bead

The height and width of a foam bead with a length of approximately 2 m is measured within 8 seconds.

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Foam bead

The height and width of a foam bead with a length of approximately 2 m is measured within 8 seconds. An accuracy of +/- 0.5 mm is required.

Font channel

A blown component is removed from a deflashing nozzle and measured in the nozzle contour.

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Font channel

A blown component is removed from a deflashing nozzle and measured in the nozzle contour.

Fuel tank leak testing

Fuel tank leak testing in 35 seconds and up to a measurement accuracy

of 10-7.

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Fuel tank leak testing

Fuel tank leak testing in 35 seconds and up to a measurement accuracy

of 10-7.

Deburring machine

Brushing system for continuous brushing of evaporator fixtures by Webasto

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Deburring machine

Brushing system for continuous brushing of evaporator fixtures by Webasto. After extraction, an MIM component is cooled, deburred at two brush stations and two grinding stations. Pump parts provided are inserted into a rotary table.

Mechanical processing, assembly and testing of turbochargers

Two types of turbochargers are machined, cleaned, laser marked with DMC code, pin mounted, screw screwed in and checked for leaks.

The results are stored in a database.

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Mechanical processing, assembly and testing of turbochargers

Two types of turbochargers are machined, cleaned, laser marked with DMC code, pin mounted, screw screwed in and checked for leaks.

The results are stored in a database.

Press control

A 250 tonne press is upgraded to the state of the art with a new control system and safety PLC.

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Press control

A 250 tonne press is upgraded to the state of the art with a new control system and safety PLC. The automation significantly increases the piece count from 12 pieces/minute to 75 pieces/minute.

Gripper construction

Individual gripper construction for plastic, metal, MRK, pharmaceutical, food and medical technology.

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Gripper construction

Individual gripper construction for plastic, metal, MRK, pharmaceutical, food and medical technology.

Automatic threading machine

5 Head Automatic threading machine

 

 

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Automatic threading machine

5 Head Automatic threading machine

• Feed in the pilgrim step

• Rotational alignment

• Drilling 5 times without drilling oil

• Drill test

• Blow chips

• Cycle time = 12 parts / min

• SQL database 

Laser marking/LTF-C technology

Laser marking

Laser marking in the highest quality

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Laser marking

Laser marking in the highest quality

LTF-C technology

OPTIMAL GLASS MARKING with high resistance

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LTF-C technology

OPTIMAL GLASS MARKING with high resistance

‣ Temperature up to 1000 ° C

‣ Scratch resistant

‣ Chemicals / Solvents

‣ UV-resistant

‣ Minimum shelf life 25 years

Industry 4.0

remote access

Industry 4.0 solution with Pro-face Connect - easy access to remote access

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remote access

Control or monitor your machines with a PC, smartphone or tablet from anywhere in the world, record data, or perform system maintenance.

Save the travel times and costs of your technical maintenance staff and reduce production downtime by fast remote access to PLCs and drives.

machine data collection

Pro-Server EX automatically collects extensive and diverse data from PLCs and other controllers.

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machine data collection

Pro-Server EX automatically collects extensive and diverse data from PLCs and other controllers.

The analysis of causes of the machine stop is crucial for the improvement of the production process.

Pro-Server EX uses Excel applications to easily visualize the production status without complex programming.

Easy data processing and creation of reports in Excel.

The current status of the plant and the production process can be clearly visualized.

List PLC data in structured reports by using templates and Excel editing functions

Collaboration
Because cooperation generates the "performance"

For unifom results.Strong partnerships.


We know exactly what we are capable of. We supplement our service spectrum using partners who are international leaders in their respective fields: This allows us to offer our customers more services on demand without having to compromise on quality.
Here is a direct path to the partners we collaborate with.

  • Panasonic

    Prautec ensures that "Ideas for Life" can actually be realized. For our partner Panasonic we ensure a tailor-made system integration.

    We provide our know-how on the one hand with the integration of the industrial image processing one of the world's largest and most successful protagonists of the electronics industry. We are also active in the area of ​​efficient system controls.

    Powerful control technologies of the latest generation, thanks to Prautec become indispensable assistants in industrial automation technology.

    Zu den Produkten

  • [Translate to en:] FH Hannover

     

     

  • Q.VITEC

    Originating from one of the largest electronics companies in the world, Q.VITEC sees itself as a solution provider in all aspects of industrial image processing. In this field the company convinces with intelligent software, reliable hardware and a tailor-made system integration.

     

    The first-class quality of reliable tests, the identification of individual components, the reading out of codes or the control of whole manufacturing complexes are always the focus.

     

    In practice, Q.VITEC first analyzes the customer procedures and the precise requirements for their needs. Afterwards, solutions for the optimization of the processes are created and components are integrated directly into the customer systems - individualized and passable.

    To the Q.VITEC products

  • [Translate to en:] Siemens

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  • [Translate to en:] mth

    [Translate to en:] Prautec ist an der Seite des führenden Herstellers von Kunststoffschweißmaschinen und Kunststoffschweißkomponenten. Dabei deckt die MTH-Ultraschalltechnologie jede technische Nische auf dem Gebiet der Ultraschallschweißkomponenten ab.

    Und so finden sich MTH-Fabrikate mittlerweile in der Automobilherstellung, der Medizintechnik, der Textilproduktion und anderer vielfältiger industrieller Produktionen.

    Neben dem Ultraschallschweißen und Ultraschallschneiden werden sowohl das Heißgas-, als auch das Infrarotschweißen in komplexe Lösungen integriert. Immer mit dem Ziel, individuell zugeschnittene Lösungen zu schaffen.

    Zu den Lösungen in der Schweißtechnologie

Customers
We always perform at the highest level

Contact
Contact us for questions and wishes

PRAUTEC GmbH
Hagenburger Str. 54
31515 Wunstorf
Germany, Lower Saxony         

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Tel.:+49 50 31/ 939 444 0
Fax:+49 50 31/ 939 444 6
E-Mail:service@prautec.de

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Impressum

PRAUTEC GmbH

Hagenburger Str. 54
31515 Wunstorf
Germany, Lower Saxony

Tel.: 0 50 31/ 939 444 0
Fax: 0 50 31/ 939 444 6

E-Mail: service@remove-this.prautec.de
Internet: www.prautec.de

Managing Director:
Mario Lange

Register court: District Court of Hanover
Commercial register number: HRB 206815

VAT identification number
in accordance with Section 27 a of the VAT Act: DE 215890328

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Reproduction for sale or for any other commercial purpose is prohibited. Copying, reprinting and publication are prohibited.

Violations will be prosecuted.

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Despite careful content control, we assume no liability for the content of external links. The operators of the linked pages are exclusively responsible for their content.

AGB

I.    General
1.    All deliveries, services, and offers by the supplier take place exclusively on the basis of these sales terms and any separate contractual agreements. We do not acknowledge customer terms conflicting or deviating from these sales terms, unless we have expressly agreed to their validity in writing. Unless otherwise agreed, the supplier's written order confirmation constitutes a contract. Our sales terms are also applicable in the event that we execute delivery to the customer without reservations in the knowledge of customer terms conflicting or deviating from our terms and conditions.

2.    The supplier reserves proprietary rights and copyrights to samples, cost proposals, drawings and similar information, whether tangible or intangible, including in electronic form. These may not be disclosed to third parties. The supplier may not disclose information and documents designated as confidential by the customer to third parties without the customer's consent.

II.    Quotation
Supplier quotations are always subject to change. Documents included in a quotation, such as figures, drawings, and specifications of weight and mass, should be understood as approximations only, unless they have been expressly designated as binding.

III.    Price and payment
1.    In the absence of a special agreement to the contrary, prices are valid ex works, including loading at the plant, yet exclusive of packaging and unloading. Prices are subject to VAT at the respective statutory rate.

2.    In the absence of a special agreement to the contrary, payment is due within 30 days of the invoice date without any deduction and free of transaction charges to the supplier's designated bank account. Bills of exchange or cheques are only deemed to constitute payment once they are definitively redeemed. Discounts and bank charges are to be borne by the customer.

3.    The customer is only entitled to offset against an invoice if his counterclaims have been legally established, or if they are uncontested or have been acknowledged by us. The customer is only entitled to assert right of retention if his counterclaim is based on the same contractual relationship.

IV.    Delivery term, delay in delivery
1.    The delivery term is specified in the agreements made between the contracting parties. Compliance with the delivery term presupposes that all commercial and technical issues between the contracting parties have been settled, and that the customer has fulfilled all the obligations incumbent on him, such as furnishing required documents, permits and releases, or making an agreed advance payment. If this is not the case, the delivery term is extended accordingly. This does not apply if the supplier is responsible for the delay. The supplier reserves the defence of non-performance of contract.

2.    Compliance with the delivery term is subject to correct and punctual delivery to us by our suppliers. The supplier will provide information regarding impending delays as soon as possible.

3.    The delivery term is considered to have been fulfilled as long as the delivery item has left the plant or been reported ready for dispatch by the delivery deadline.

4.    The delivery term is to be extended appropriately in the event of labour disputes, especially strikes and lockouts, and in the event of unforeseen obstacles or force majeure events outside of the supplier's control, to the extent that such obstacles have a demonstrable impact on completion or delivery of the delivery item. This is also the case when such circumstances impact subcontractors or subsuppliers. Furthermore, the supplier shall not be held liable in the event that such circumstances arise during a pre-existing delay. The supplier will inform the customer as soon as possible of both the beginning and end of such obstacles.

5.    The customer is entitled to withdraw from the contract if overall performance becomes impossible prior to transfer of risk. Moreover, the customer is entitled to withdraw from the contract if performance of a given portion of the delivery becomes impossible, and if the customer has a legitimate interest in rejecting partial delivery. If this is not the case, the customer is required to pay the contractual price attributable to the partial delivery. The same applies in the event of inability on the part of the supplier. Moreover, VII.2 shall apply.

6.    If the customer incurs damages as a result of a delay attributable to the supplier, he shall be entitled to demand compensation for the delay, subject to the exclusion of further claims. For each full week of delay, such damages correspond to ½%, yet in no event more than 5% of the value of that portion of the overall delivery which cannot be used, or cannot be used in line with the contractual purpose, as a result of the delay.

7.    If dispatch is delayed at the customer's request, the customer will be liable for the costs associated with storage at the supplier's plant starting one month after the delivery is reported for dispatch, though not in an amount less than ½% of the invoice amount for each month of storage. Nevertheless, after the setting of a reasonable deadline and the effectless expiration of the same, the supplier is entitled to otherwise dispose of the delivery item, and to supply the customer within a reasonably extended period.

V.    Transfer of risk, dispatch and acceptance
1.    Risk is transferred to the customer once the delivery item has been handed over to the freight forwarder or carrier, and no later than when the delivery item leaves the plant, including in cases where partial deliveries are made, or where the supplier has undertaken to perform other services, e.g. to assume shipping costs, or delivery and installation.

2.    If shipment is delayed due to circumstances for which the customer is responsible, risk is transferred to the customer beginning on the date the delivery is reported ready for dispatch; however, the supplier is required to arrange any insurance policies requested by the customer, at the customer's expense.

3.    The route and means of delivery are left to the supplier's discretion, unless otherwise agreed. The shipping cost is borne by the customer. The goods may be insured at the customer's request and expense.

4.    Delivered goods are to be accepted by the customer without prejudice to the rights set forth in sections VII and VIII, including in the event that the products exhibit minor defects.

5.    Partial deliveries are permissible insofar as they are reasonably acceptable for the customer.

VI.    Extended retention of title

1.    The supplier retains title to the delivery item until all payments under the delivery contract have been received.

2.    In the event of breach of contract by the customer, particularly in the event of delayed payment, the supplier is entitled to reclaim the delivery item following a written warning; the customer is then required to surrender the object. The supplier may only demand return of the delivery item on the basis of retention of title once he has withdrawn from the contract.

3.    The customer may neither to pledge the delivery item, nor assign it as collateral. In the event of seizure, confiscation or other disposals by third parties, the customer is required to inform the supplier as soon as possible, so that the supplier can file suit in accordance with Section 771 of the Code of Civil Procedure. If third parties are not in a position to reimburse legal and extra-judicial costs to the supplier in accordance with Section 771 of the Code of Civil Procedure, the customer shall be required to provide compensation for these costs.

4.    A request to open insolvency proceedings entitles the supplier to withdraw from the contract and demand immediate return of the delivery item.

5.    Any processing or transformation of the delivery item by the customer is always undertaken for the benefit of the supplier. If the delivery item is processed using other objects not belonging to the supplier, the supplier shall acquire joint ownership in the new item in the ratio of the final invoiced amount (including VAT) for the goods subject to retention of title to the other processed items at the time of processing. Moreover, the item resulting from such processing is subject to the same provisions as the goods subject to retention of title.

6.    The customer is authorised to resell the delivery item in the ordinary course of business; however, as of now the customer cedes to the supplier all receivables in the amount of the final invoiced sum (including VAT) as accrue to him in respect of his buyers or third parties as a result of the resale, irrespective of whether the delivery item was resold without or after further processing. The customer is also entitled to collect this receivable after it has been assigned to a third party. The authorisation to collect this receivable ourselves remains unaffected by this provision; nevertheless, the supplier undertakes not to collect receivables as long as the buyer properly meets its payment obligations and is not in arrears. In this case, the supplier may request that the customer notify the supplier of any assigned receivables and their debtors, provide all information required for collection, disclose all associated documents, and inform the debtors (third parties) of the assignment accordingly.

7.    If the delivery item is inseparably commingled with other objects not belonging to the supplier, the supplier shall acquire joint ownership in the new item in the ratio of the value of the invoice (including VAT) for the delivery item to the acquisition cost of the other commingled objects at the time of commingling. In the event of commingling occurring in such a way that the customer's item is to be considered the primary item, it is hereby agreed that the customer shall transfer joint ownership proportionally to the supplier. The customer shall preserve sole ownership or joint ownership on behalf of the supplier.

8.    The aforesaid assignment to secure the receivables of the supplier also include such receivables as the customer may acquire in respect of a third party in consequence of the joining of the supplier's goods which are subject to retention of title with a plot of land. The assignment provision shall also apply to processed, converted or commingled goods which are subject to retention of title.

9.    At the customer's request, the supplier is obliged to release the securities to which he is entitled to the extent they are no longer required to secure the receivables, in particular in the event that they exceed the value of the unpaid receivables to be secured by more than 10%.

VII.    Claims based on defects
The supplier provides a warranty for delivery defects as follows, while excluding any further claims and without prejudice to Section VIII:

1.    Claims for defects by the customer presuppose that the customer has properly complied with his statutory obligations of inspection and complaint in accordance with Section 377 of the German Commercial Code. Failing this, the assertion of claims for supplementary performance is excluded. In the event of a defect in the delivery item, the supplier is entitled, at its discretion, to provide supplementary performance in the form of defect rectification or the delivery of a defect-free item. Replaced components become the property of the supplier. With respect to third-party products of a material nature, the supplier cedes to the customer any liability claims to which it is entitled in respect of the supplier of the third-party product due to defects. Secondary liability for such defects by the supplier in respect of the customer remains unaffected thereby.

2.    Assuming normal single-shift operation, the customer's right to assert claims for defects shall in all cases lapse twelve months after transfer of risk.

3.    No warranty is given for damages arising as a result of the following: inappropriate or unintended use, incorrect installation or commissioning by the customer or a third party, normal wear and tear, incorrect or negligent treatment, inappropriate operating media, replacement materials, defective structural work, unsuitable foundations, and chemical, electrochemical or electrical impacts, to the extent these are not attributable to a fault by the supplier.

4.    In order to perform any subsequent improvements or replacement deliveries considered necessary by the supplier, the customer is required, subject to prior agreement, to afford the supplier the time and the opportunity to do so; failing this, the supplier shall be released from liability for any consequences stemming therefrom. Only in urgent cases involving jeopardy to operational security or in order to avert excessive damages, in which case the supplier is to be informed immediately, or where the supplier is delayed in rectifying the defect, is the customer entitled to rectify the defect himself or to commission its remedy by a third party and to request compensation for the necessary expenses from the supplier.

5.    In the event of defect rectification, we are obligated to bear all expenditures required for this purpose, especially transport, travel, labour and material costs, to the extent that these expenses do not increase as a result of the item being transported to a location other than the place of performance. In the event that the delivery item is returned, the choice of shipping route falls to the seller.

6.    The warranty period for single-shift, normal operation is one year; yet on delivery of a replacement part it shall run at least until the expiration of the original warranty period for the delivery item. The defect liability period for the delivery item is then extended by the duration of the operational interruption caused by the repair work.

7.    If the customer or third party performs improper repairs, the supplier shall not be liable for any consequences resulting therefrom. The same shall apply in the event of changes made to the delivery item without the prior approval of the supplier.

8.    According to statutory provisions, the customer is entitled to withdraw from the contract or to reduce contractual compensation accordingly in the event that the supplier (while taking into account statutory exceptions) fails twice to comply with a reasonably set deadline for repair or replacement delivery due to a material defect.

VIII.    Liability
1.    If, through a fault of the supplier, it is not possible for the customer to use the delivery item in accordance with its contractual purpose as a result of omitted or faulty performance of such recommendations and advice as were made or given prior or subsequent to the conclusion of the contract, or as a result of the breach of other secondary contractual obligations (in particular instructions regarding the operation and maintenance of the delivery item), the provisions set forth in Sections VII and VIII.2 shall apply accordingly, and to the exclusion of any further claims by the customer.

2.    For damages not occurring in the delivery item itself, for any cause whatsoever, the supplier may only be held liable
a.    in case of intent,
b.    in case of gross negligence,
c.    in case of culpable injury to life, limb or health
d.    in the case of defects that have been fraudulently concealed or the absence of which was guaranteed,
e.    in the case of violations of the provisions of the Product Liability Act.
In the event of culpable violation of material contractual duties, the supplier's liability is limited to typical contractual and reasonably foreseeable damages. Further claims are excluded.

IX.    Limitation
All customer claims, resting on any legal grounds whatsoever, are barred after twelve months. Statutory time limits apply to damage compensation claims under Section VIII. 2.a-e.

X.    Use of software
To the extent that software is included in the scope of delivery, the customer is granted a non-exclusive right to use the delivered software, including its documentation. Software is provided for use on the intended delivery item. Use of the software on more than one system is prohibited. The customer may only copy, adapt, translate or convert the software from object code to source code within the legally permissible scope (sections 69 a et seqq., Copyright Act). The customer undertakes not to remove or modify manufacturer information, especially copyright notices, without the supplier's prior and express written consent. All other rights to the software and documentation, including copies thereof, remain with the supplier or with the software supplier. The granting of sublicenses is not permitted.

XI.    Applicable law, jurisdiction
1.    All legal relationships between the supplier and the customer are subject exclusively to the law of the Federal Republic of Germany.

2.    If the customer is a merchant, a legal person under public law, or a special fund under public law, the legal venue is the court competent at the domicile of the supplier. However, the supplier is entitled to take legal action at the head office of the customer.

PRAUTEC GmbH, Hagenburger Str. 54, 31515 Wunstorf, Germany