What do we specialise in? Lost wax microcasting and metalworking
Where did our know-how come from and how did it develop? Although we now have more than 100 years of experience in lost wax microcasting and metalworking, we never stop learning and improving.
Our qualified staff will advise you every step of the way, from the conception of the design to the creation of the wax model, the realisation of the product, and the final finish.
We work with the most varied materials. We started out using only precious metals such as gold, silver and platinum, and gradually expanded to include other metals such as titanium, steel and aluminium, as well as alloys, including cobalt chromium, bronze and brass.
We use many more materials in addition to these more common ones, and the list of final destinations for our manufactured products is also very long. Each metal, with its own characteristics, is usually used in a specific industry: gold, silver and platinum for jewellery, for example. However, this does not mean that a given metal is unsuitable for a secondary industry.
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Lost wax microcasting and much more
We provide an all-round service in lost wax microcasting and metalworking.
We always start from what you want or what you need: you can come and see us with a project that is already very clear, or with a simple idea that we can develop together. From one drawing we can design models in meltable resin with our 3D printer, which are precise down to the very last detail. You can intervene at any stage in the production process if you want to make changes or adjustments to improve the object.
Once the product has been made with the metal that best suits your specific needs, you can also entrust us with its finish. Whether it’s laser welding, deburring, or oxidation staining, we can do it. We will amaze you with a unique and personalised piece, which only you could have come up with. Curious? Take a closer look at our workmanship.
Areas of application
Many industries use objects created by microcasting and metalworking. We started out working with the goldsmithing and jewellery industry, and have now expanded to eyewear, the medical device industry (implants for implantology and dentistry), promotional products, artistic sculptures, hobby models, collecting/restoration (we supply parts for furniture and antique watches), and much, much more.
As lost wax microcasting provides a very precise and well-finished object, there are endless possibilities of developing and applying it to several other areas. In fact, we are also pioneers of using this ancient technique in areas it has not even been applied in yet. Do you know what all the current applications are?