COMI for chip removal

In the last 4 years, COMI SpA has recorded double-digit annual growth, and is now planning the strategies and activities necessary to continue this development.

The group presents already some complementary companies to the holding, acquired over the years to offer global customers a complete service, and is determined to continue this process of constant growth through an intensive work of expansion, diversification and orientation to future.

With the aim of expanding the range of products to be offered to its customers, at the end of 2018 the COMI Group began a collaboration with two major machine tool manufacturers based in Taiwan: with Chevalier’s machinery, a very well-known international brand with which it has closed an exclusive distribution agreement, and Sino’s ones, COMI is now able to offer 3-5-axis vertical machining centers, lathes and grinding machines addressed to the “chip removal” sector.

A selection of these machines is on permanent display in the Vigevano showroom, the main features of which can be consulted in the catalog.

Download the catalog in PDF format.

Book Ucimu

Promoted by UCIMU and published in October 2015, the book “La fabbrica delle macchine” (“The factory of machines”)by Luca Orlando tells how the Italian manufactures of CNC machinery, robot and automation have worked in the last fifteen years to comply with the globalization achieving and maintaining the leadership in many production niches.

In the section dedicated to pictures, the working on the machining centres has been illustrated by photos of  the TechMill CNC machine purchased by a company belonging to the aeronautic sector. They are aimed to make the reader understand the reliability and precision of the process granted by this machine.

Open day

On 11th December 2015 the production site of COMI in Zingonia (Bergamo) hosted an appreciated Open Day. Many participants had the opportunity to get an overall view of the CNC machining centres, learn application information and exchange operational opinions and experiences.

An article was published also in the  February 2016 issue of the Tecnologie Meccaniche magazine.