Our wide range of modern lathes, including Automatic Multi-Spindle Lathes and CNC machines, enables us to produce a variety of components from 3 mm up to 65 mm diameter.
Our capacity is up to 100k pieces a day depending on the complexity of the machining processes.

  • TURNING: Material removal machining process by means of lathes equipped with special tooling: cylindrical, conical, plain or surface turning. Turning may also consist of a drilling, reaming, threading or contouring process; sometimes it may be milling or grinding.
  • THREADING: Surface material removal machining process used to create a helical ridge on the metal piece (external threading) or a helical groove (internal threading).
  • MILLING: Material removal process capable of producing a vast range of surfaces, including planes, grooves and shoulders, using a multi-edge tool of a specific shape.
  • ROLL-FINISHING: A pressure rolling procedure carried out to improve the surface finish or to create a tougher thread than could be obtained by turning, since this method induces more hardening in the material.
  • PRECISION GRINDING AND HONING: Machining process which reduces mainly cylindrical or spherical objects to the same diameter.
  • KNURLING: A procedure that uses pressure to create grooves and ridges in a chequered or diamond pattern on surfaces. It is used on coins or mechanical pieces such as regulator knobs, crank handles, etc. to give them a rough surface that offers a firmer grip.
  • POLYGON TURNING: Material removal machining process which produces square or hexagonal parallel planes on the outside of light alloy pieces.
  • MARKING: A process which uses pressure to mark the metal piece
  • BROACHING: Creation of grooves and teeth inside holes in metal parts for machining (internal broaching) or shaping of the external profile (external broaching). This process is able to produce square, elliptical and hexagonal holes, splines and even very complex contours.
  • DRILLING: Surface material removal machining process carried out to create a hole, which may include the following phases: - centring (alignment with the axis of the hole); - drilling; - widening (increasing the diameter of the hole); - reaming (finishing of the hole).
  • BORING: Material removal process which increases a diameter with precision finishing in terms of both roughness and tolerance.
  • REAMING: Operation which finishes the surface of a cylindrical hole using a multi-edge tool.
  • KNURLING: A procedure that uses pressure to create grooves and ridges in a chequered or diamond pattern on surfaces. It is used on coins or mechanical pieces such as regulator knobs, crank handles, etc. to give them a rough surface that offers a firmer grip.
  • OTHER MACHINING PROCESS: Hobbing, die threading, threading with chaser dies, roller threading, deep drilling, radial drilling, end milling, radial milling, honing, tapping, deburring, grooving, flaring and parting.