The mechanical department of ZARE is dedicated to the processing of critical components with the latest generation 5-axis CNC machines which guarantee work optimisation and reduction of production times.
The precision mechanical workshop located in Boretto (RE) addresses the most demanding sectors, such as Aerospace, Oil&Gas, Defence, Motorsport and Aviation, to create critical components that meet the highest standards in terms of tolerances, roughness and surfaces.
More than 50 years of history in precision mechanical processing and the continuous attention to innovation and enabling technologies, coexist in Zare to further increase a consolidated know-how.
The department combines a pioneering past with an industrial production philosophyable to overcome the flexibility challenges necessary in the modern competitive context, with specific skills to guarantee the expected result in terms of quality, productivity and relative cost-effectiveness.
Precision mechanics for critical sectors
The mechanical processing systems available in the machinery fleet of the new ZARE department have been introduced to meet the needs of critical sectors, such as the motorsport or aerospace sector, as well as responding to the increasingly complex demands we face day after day.
The choice to use state-of-the-art systems and specific software, together with the continuous training of our specialised personnel, allows us to guarantee the customer a fast time to market and the shortest and simplest supply chain possible.
The precision of the numerical control
The experience of highly qualified technicians
CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machines are used for high precision machining in many manufacturing industry segments. Compared to the CN machines, of which they are the evolution, they allow the direct computer numerical control which, through specific software, establishes their movements and functions.
Among the advantages of the numerical control are the precise replication of the processes, the acceleration of the working times and, above all, uniform and qualitatively superior results, in terms of surface tolerances and roughness.
However, still today, the discriminating element is the human factor. The success of a product or component with a numerically controlled work centre can only be achieved can only be achieved through a perfect set up for which qualified and specialised operators are required.
The shortest possible supply chain, which ends in rigorous tests and dimensional and metrological checks, is the only way to maintain the utmost discretion of the industrial secret of a project created for the critical and notoriously demanding sectors.