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Pasta dies, precisely

Dies and inserts for pasta factories and food processing factories must be precise to the millimetre. It is a fundamental requirement that guarantees performance levels that stand the test of time.

At Turconi, the production of pasta dies and inserts is programmed exclusively on the latest generation of numerical control machines, guaranteeing operational accuracy and greater flexibility of use. 

 

This ensures inserts are produced with the greatest accuracy, thanks to the use of tools that are purposely designed and then coded, shape by shape.  

 

 

Cutting-edge personnel and technology

Right from the start, back in 1995, all of our personnel have been chosen and subsequently confirmed on the condition that they met certain characteristics: they had to be polite, punctual, friendly and, above all, have a desire to work and learn.

 

Our team now consists of professionals who have worked for Turconi for years, specialists who not only know the secrets of the trade, but thanks to the help of computerised design and the latest generation of numerical control machines, are capable of designing and producing dies and inserts for the production of special shapes or shapes made to a specific design, in addition to standard shapes and those made to samples. 

 

We continue to invest in machinery and equipment to ensure the technological level remains high.

 

 

Out of the ordinary, in an orderly fashion

Trafile Turconi can adapt the production of dies and inserts for pasta factories to your needs... even the most bizarre ones.

 

Whether you require dies and inserts for the production of special shapes or those made to a drawing, we make all your ideas take shape, assigning a code to everything we design and produce.

Standard shapes are coded according to the catalogue number; special and non-standard shapes are assigned a serial number that can be traced back to the technical data, thus making it possible to create an exact reproduction even after a number of years. 

 

We often make special tools for making the inserts and even the tools are assigned a code that is entered in the machining work sheet.