We like to call ourselves “the precision tool tailors”.
Actually, we start listening to our customer’s need: only after that we design the tool that best fits those needs. In fact, the same mechanical work can be made by different tools and solutions.
Our experience allows us to recommend the customer the processing strategy that best suits their needs (in terms of machinery, production lots and staff capacity). For this to happen, our tools specialists work side by side with the customer analyzing the variables that affect the processing performance, and then moving on to the technical design of the requested item.
Pre-sales and post-sales technical consulting is our best in class service, which our customers have been loving since 1979. On-site or by phone, our technical staff works with the customer to identify processing issues and possible solutions. This made us a real partner for them, not only a supplier: customers ask us to find innovative operating methods, dedicated tools and more performing machining strategies to increase productivity. This relationship continues post-sales, when the tool is mounted on the machine and the most suitable processing parameters are to be found.
We start tool design only after we have collected information and requirements from our customer, then creating a 2D/3D drawing of the tool to be made. This stage is crucial as measures, dimensional tolerances, overall dimensions, type of attachment and many other variables are defined. Then we send the project to the customer for a final check before going into production. According to the needs, we can provide the customer with a PDF, DWG or STEP file of the tool design.
The know-how we acquired is certainly one of our strengths to perform this stage, but we also leverage the most advanced software in the industry: NumCAM, constantly updated for the design of HSS and HMI tools; Solidworks 2020 Professional parametric CAD; CAM Mastercam X4 for programming tool profiles in wire erosion; Solidworks CAM for remote programming of our CNCs.