Special furnaces and machines

Materials
Brass alloys
Aluminum alloys
Steel alloys
Composite materials

Each manufacturer is organized according to very specific technical and production requirements, hence the need to manufacture the machine to the customer just like a tailor would.

Starting from our technical department and following the subsequent production steps completely in-house, it is quite natural for us to take on new technical challenges and products that are completely different from our ‘ordinary production’, since having the opportunity to experiment, test and possibly intervene directly in the construction phase, we are able with a streamlined structure to provide complete, advanced and above all optimized solutions for each customer.

How we workin these cases, the 10 steps for your customized machine:

  1. Definition of the requirement: it is necessary to discuss with the customer to understand the needs and details of the process to define the cornerstones of what is to be manufactured.
  2. Technical study and preliminary sketch: on the basis of what emerges from the understanding of the requirements, a study and preliminary sketch is produced showing the outline of the technical solutions to be used in the process.
  3. Production of a technical report: a technical report is produced, summarizing and covering all the salient aspects of the machine and the cycle, which is shared with the customer, who assesses it and decides whether it is what is needed.
  4. Production of the offer: our technical salesmen carry out a cost study and produce a very detailed technical-economic offer, where solutions and relative costs are described in a way that is often modular according to the structure of the machine.
  5. Co-engineering: if the offer is accepted, the construction design phase begins, where our technical department interfaces directly with the customer’s production departments to define and optimize the various aspects of the machine according to the techniques and methods that best suit its needs (e.g. maintenance department, internal IT systems, layout and escape routes, origin of components, etc.).
  6. Machine manufacturing: the machine is made to drawing (which is produced using 3D graphic systems and stored in a CAD management system) and the customer can always monitor the progress of the work.
  7. Software development: once the work is complete, we interface again with the customer to define how the management software should be developed, in order to integrate it into the company in the best possible way.
  8. Testing and acceptance: usually the machines are built and tested at our company before delivery in the presence of the customer, so that if changes or implementations were necessary, it would be easier and more streamlined to carry them out directly at our plant.
  9. Delivery and installation: the machine is shipped and positioned at the customer’s premises in the presence of our personnel, who will provide support to the transport company in unloading and assembling the components or modules removed for the journey, as well as wiring the electrical system from the machine to the control panel.
  10. Switch-on and training: once the installation operations have been completed, our technical department personnel will intervene to carry out the initial switch-on and operator training operations, for the necessary days defined on the complexity of the machine.
Some examples
Robotized rotary furnaces

For heating metals at high temperatures

 

Grafting machine for brass bars

Chain graphitizing machine for full brass bar graphitizing

 

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