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Reverse engineering

The purpose of this process is to render the customer’s idea or physical sample virtual by means of a 3D file. This technology is also used to verify the compliance of certain geometric parameters of an article and all the functionalities of a group of articles.


This is a technique that allows the production of prototypes starting from the processing of a three-dimensional file, which also includes the production of the solid manufactured article using laser processes.

Prototype moulds

Starting from 3D design and engineering, the ultimate goal is the final polymer moulding of small and medium series production. The service envisages a wide choice of polymers with the possibility of 2K overmoulding and metal inserts

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Final molds

Thanks to our fleet of machinery and network of long-standing suppliers , we supply moulds to our customers for all possible technologies. Some examples include: thermoplastic injection moulds, injection moulds for rubber, moulds for polyurethane, moulds for composites, moulds for thermal-hardening materials.

We can test any characteristic of our moulds: vacuum, thermoregulation circuits, movements, hydraulic parts, pneumatic parts, etc.

Injection moulding of small and medium series production

Our mission is to recreate the same results required for series produced parts. Our technical office is able to respond to all customer demands, from the design of the part to the construction of the mould and the actual moulding of the part.


This consists in the milling of metals, resins or plastic materials using rough blocks or slabs.


Contemporary turning and milling of metals, plastics and resins, through the use of bars of different sections


The creation of complex shapes which withstand temperatures of up to 50°-60°C is the ideal solution for mechanical testing and assembly.


This technique envisages the use of powders aimed at increasing the heat resistance (180°) of the manufactured products. The final prototype guarantees exceptional detail.