Isostatic pressing for the production of tableware, flatware, bowls, salad bowls, platters, casseroles, pans and similar items, is nowadays the most suitable and cost-effective method to produce most shapes, either in small or large amounts.
Horizontal one-head isostatic press for producing flatware.
The pressing tools are entirely developed with numerical control CAD/CAM processes.
Machines to finish the edge of isostatically pressed items.
In addition to the conventional round-shaped, non-round or multi-angular tableware items, this machine is also suitable for small and deep ceramic items, up to two moulds.
This isostatic production system for flatware is able to produce flat structured plates, irregular-shaped soup bowls or plates with festooned lip.
Moulds designed to have the minimum number of parts subject to wear and the utmost working precision and repeatability, with Adiprene or polyurethane membranes and linings.
The RFM 8 system with rotary table, 8 chucks and 6 fettling stations, is especially suited to processing round items that have been produced by isostatic pressing.
OFM 8 is suitable for fettling flat round and non round tableware. the rim of the item is scanned with a mechanical scanner and is transferred to the fettling tools.
The UPR 1 fettling robot is an "autonomous" unit with manual feeding and step by step programming, for fettling flatware with the most diverse geometries.
Production of cups with handles, mugs or other small-sized objects with vertical sides, and cylindrical items or even bellied pitchers.
ROF 4 is a robotised round table fettling system. The items are optically measured in the infeed module for loading in the correct position by three robots.