ILM is specialized in processing and producing turned products with different materials such as: Inconel, copper, stainless steel, alloy steel, special steel, aluminium, titanium, Teflon, etc. ILM has a productive capacity that varies from small dimensions up to turning diameters over 2.600 mm. The production of turned pieces is possible using the state-of-the-art lathes with computerized numerical control (CNC) in which each work phase is completely automated. The main advantages of CNC turning are the high precision and repeatability of the process, making it ideal for precision work or mass production; another important advantage is the work automation, that makes it possible to reduce the operator’s workload and therefore reduce human error and labour costs.
Milling is one of the Company’s main activities. The machine fleet is composed of vanguard machinery such as the 3-4-5 axes vertical and horizontal work centres, equipped with up to a maximum of 50 tools. The milling unit has ample flexibility, in addition to high precision processing. ILM produces custom-designed pieces in order to satisfy every type of production requirement requested by the customer, it has state-of-the-art numerically controlled work centres that can reach sizes up to a maximum of 6000mm x 1500 x 2500 mm.
ILM has an area of approximately 200 square meters dedicated to the assembly, for the custom assembly of all client requests.
Lapping is a superficial finishing process that is applied to mechanical parts after mechanical processing, to obtain surfaces up to 0.1 Ra. While they believe strongly in craftwork processes, I.L.M. still carries out this activity with a manual method, anchored to its old roots of a manufacturing company.
Welding is another very important process for the company. Today, the unit carries out TIG and electrode welding, and is capable of realizing important ad hoc works, as well as important pressurised welding.
This certification is very important, and the company decided to certify the welding staff by third-party authorities.
Certifications are issued under the following UNI standards
UNI EN ISO 9606-2:2006
UNI EN ISO 9606-1:2017