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Below you will find a selection of the options we offer with MD Shapes which we have previously applied to projects.

MD SH110
MD SH120
MD SH130
MD SH140

MD Shapes

If you are looking for a distinctive facade cladding, MD Shapes is an excellent choice. With MD Shapes, 3D shapes are pressed into a panel. These panels can consist of a repeating pattern or be part of an image that has to be displayed large. A wide range of impressions is possible. Our technical employees are happy to think along with you.


Fastening systems

We work around your design, functionality requirements and available budget when choosing a fastening system. Our engineers have a wealth of experience and we have a wide range of fastening systems for use in projects. For MD Shapes facades we have a visible attachment.


For our projects, we offer MD Shapes in steel, aluminum, magnelis and corten steel. Together we will determine which raw material fits within the project.


Steel is the best choice for heavy construction projects, such as fences in school areas or crowded public places. It is also ideal for other structures that require high durability. Steel is more rigid and therefore stronger.


Aluminum has many advantages. It is:

  • low maintenance. The smooth and shiny finish does not attract dust and sand.
  • light, making it easier to fix into place, and the construction has less weight to support.
  • durable, with a long service life. Aluminum is unaffected by UV rays or moisture and does not corrode or twist.
  • environmentally friendly because aluminum is 100% recyclable. Also, recycling is not an energy-intensive process.

Magnelis is an innovative material. It is over ten times more resistant to corrosion than continuous hot dip galvanized steel. The lifespan of Magnelis is therefore much longer. The material has a self-healing protection on the cutting edges.

Corten steel

Corten, or weather-resistant steel, is an alloy of copper and chrome. This gives a higher level of resistance to atmospheric weathering compared to other unalloyed steel panels.

The alloy creates an oxidized 'rust look' layer that actually protects the panels when exposed to the elements. The protective layer of corten also continues to evolve and responds to pollutants in the atmosphere over time.

Corten steel is harder than steel or aluminum, which makes processing more expensive. However, it does mean that the steel requires no further surface treatment, which can mean a significant overall cost reduction.

It's also possible to achieve a corten steel 'look' with powder coated aluminum. With this method colours are mixed and layered to match the required corten colour.

Surface treatments

The location of a project, weather influences and the designer's story determine the finish of the material. We can powder coat, anodize or galvanize MD Shapes. This protects panels against corrosion, wear or chemical attack. And of course the surface treatment also determines the final appearance of a facade.

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