Products

We produce products without placing limits on ingenuity, the only limit is that they are always made in fusion.

Materials and processes

Our products divided by macro areas

Light alloys

Features

Light alloys are alloys obtained mainly by combining aluminium and copper, zinc, manganese, silicon or magnesium. They have a low weight and high ductility, excellent thermal and electrical conductivity and resistance to corrosion in the atmosphere. Their use is constantly increasing due to the search for lighter and more sustainable construction solutions.
In this category we have also included brass and bronze alloys, which although not considered light, are made using similar melting processes and sometimes find a meeting point with aluminium in metals known as aluminium bronze alloys or Cuprallumini.

Applications

These metals are widely used both in the manufacture of components for industry and for accessories for domestic and urban furnishings.
  • ROBOT ARM

    Weight:
    40 kg
    Material:
    Alluminum AlSi7Mg
    Technique
     Sand rasin Casting
  • Trolley for Industrial Machine

    Weight:
    6 kg
    Material:
    Alluminum AlSi10Mg1
    Technique
    Green Sand Casting
  • Industrial frame

    Weight:
    45 kg
    Material:
    Alluminum AlSi10Mg
    Features:
    Green Sand Casting

Steel and cast iron

Features

Both metals have the same base, iron. Cast iron is defined as having a carbon content higher than steel. There are many steel alloys, designed according to their use, such as resistance to wear, high temperature, tensile strength or oxidation. They are used in a wide variety of applications, from architectural designs to high-precision mechanical components. Cast irons are iron-based alloys with a carbon content of between 2.06% and 6.67%. They have a lower melting point than steel and are easy to cast, covering most of the world's ferrous foundry casting production. There are different types of cast irons, which have different names and characteristics, such as white cast iron, malleable cast iron, grey lamellar cast iron, grey spheroidal cast iron.

Applications

They are widely used in industry and in the production of durable goods, thanks to their mechanical properties and low price compared to other metals such as steel.
  • ROBOT ARM

    Weight:
    40 kg
    Material:
    Alluminum AlSi7Mg
    Features:
     Sand rasin Casting
  • Trolley for Industrial Machine

    Weight:
    6 kg
    Material:
    Alluminum AlSi10Mg1
    Technique
    Green Sand Casting
  • Industrial frame

    Weight:
    45 kg
    Material:
    Alluminum AlSi10Mg
    Technique
    Green Sand Casting

Moulds and tools

Features

Thanks to their freedom of form, castings are widely used in the manufacture of moulds and equipment for industry. They are mainly made of aluminium, which allows good machinability and excellent heat exchange with low weight.

Applications

The sectors most concerned are thermoforming, compression and rotational moulds, while jigs are used extensively in the sheet-metal working sector for laying, cutting and punching jigs.
  • Automotive mould

    Weight:
    280 kg
    Material:
    -
    Features:
    Alluminium Casting, Polishing mirror surface 
  • Compression mould

    Weight:
    70 kg
    Material:
    -
    Features:
    Alluminium Casting, Machining to drawing

Special Projects

This section includes all projects that are at the limit of casting technology, for various reasons such as complexity, technical characteristics or integration with other technologies, and generally solutions that have pushed one or more features towards solutions that have not been explored to date. In this section, it is not the material that is important, but rather the complexity of implementation or application.
  • Brass Balaustrade

    Description
    Multi-element balaustrade in brass prototype castings.
    Welding and scoth-brite finishing
  • Basket

    Description:
    Alluminum alloy frame for pubblic basket

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