Laser cutting allows the silver to be processed thanks to a continuous and extremely precise emission of energy. It is used for creations that require a high level of detail, low thicknesses or very small cutting radii. As it is essential to keep up with the times, both in terms of quality and production speed, our machines are ALWAYS at the cutting edge! For simpler and less detailed items, we use milling cutters, an easier method that allows us to greatly reduce production costs and, consequently, the price for the customer.
Electroforming is a galvanic process whose starting point is a matrix. In practice, the silver will take the form of the base object, i.e. the matrix, by means of electrodeposition. The shape of the item is created using a fusiblealloy as a matrix which, once melted, is removed from the itemthrough exit holes. This process is used to create empty and ultra-light items (considering their tonnage).
Microcastin is one of the oldest techniques in jewelry production. The process starts from a virtual 3d project or from an existing model. A small tree is created, whose “leaves” represent the object to be reproduced through microfusion. A rubber matrix is built over the tree in which, pouring the molten silver, the object takes shape. In the final phase, the “leaves” are removed from the tree. Microfusion is used for small creations, for loops or spacers. The use of this technique is recommended for producing an item in its entirety instead of welding its various small parts.
Shearing is a strictly mechanical operation that consists of running a silver sheet through a machine made up of a punch and a die.
As it passes through the machine, the punch hits the sheet metal, enters the die and shears the desired component. Used for mass production, this process is characterized by high initial investments, which are then easily amortized over time due to the minimal unit cost. For smaller productions a valid alternative is milling or laser cutting.
Tube processing is extremely varied. Our machines allow us to cut, wave, diamond-finish, knurl and wrap it. The tube is a base component for the creation of other base itemssuch as balls and silver finals. The tube is often used to create balls that are more resistant than sheetones; by shaping it as desired, it is possible to create patterned loops.
Wire is a fundamental element in the creation of jewelry.
It is used for pegs, chains (simple or particular), links, earrings and many other components.
We can supply it in skeins or coils, galvanized or not.
Finishing is the process by which an item is completed. Items can be glossy, extra glossy, mirror-brushed and many other finishing options. An item that is not finished is deemed unfinished.
It is the last step in the creation of each item.
The items are ultrasounded in order to degrease them, washed and then immersed in specific tanks to give them the desired color.
Through galvanization, metal particles are deposited on the surface of the silver, giving the element color, resistance over time and better performance.