Production of Precision small hardware
Machining of steel and non-ferrous alloys in Milan
TAM in Marcallo con Casone (Milan) offers its customers the supply of finished products details and high precision small hardware ready for installation, complete with thermal treatment and surface galvanisation.
In addition to all the traditional machine-tools required for production, Torneria Automatica Magentina has a pool of machinery with highly efficient units consisting of:
- Cam-operated automatic lathes
- Rolling machines
- Multi-spindle cam-operated lathe
- Sliding headstock CNC lathes
- Fixed headstock lathes
- Machining centre
- Secondary lathes
Visit the section dedicated to the machine pool to see the machinery used by the Lombardan turnery.
TAM is able to machine the following materials:
- High speed steel
- Stainless steels (austenitic – ferritic – martensitic – duplex)
- Non-ferrous alloys (brass – aluminium – bronze)
- Carbon and alloy steels
- Plastics (Delrin – nylon – PVC – Teflon)
Stainless steel parts
Govronate plastic parts
Customer satisfaction as the prime objective
To ensure continuity, solidity and flexibility, TAM strategically prioritises its quality policy, understood as improving the processes involved in organisation of the company’s production cycle, management cycle and administration.
The following are the key points of our Quality Policy:
- Customer satisfaction: The customer must always be satisfied with our service and with our product in full compliance with the agreed terms of delivery.
- Pricing policy: Keeping prices at a competitive level by eliminating the costs caused by production and organisational inefficiencies.
- Staff: The company’s main asset, which must be adequately trained, motivated and specialised.
- Organisation: Everyone is involved in the improvement of the company’s production and organisational processes in a constant search for complete customer satisfaction in terms of both product and service.
- Suppliers: The company’s suppliers also play a major role in business processes and are thus selected on the basis of their attention to detail in terms of quality.
- Planning: Quality improvement is a continuous process which must be constantly planned and improved.