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BLDC motors in thermal cyclers for analysing Covid19 swabs

3 June 2020

Came has accrued significant know-how in creating wound stators for BLDC (Brushless Direct Current) motors, whose characteristics make them essential in a wide range of applications such as e-bikes, electric vehicles, HVAC, handling and many other fields of use.

The most important applications of BLDC motors include thermal cyclers, which hit the news in 2020 as the most useful tool nations have to analyse swabs taken from the population and keep the Covid19 epidemic under control.

Swabs are sticks with cotton pads to collect nasal mucous and pulmonary fluids. The sample is placed in a test tube and inserted into a thermal cycler, a machine that has been used for years to identify other pathologies such as common flu.

The thermal cycler heats and amplifies the genetic material of the virus through a polymerase chain reaction.
It is a compact instrument that uses discs with specific reagents to identify Covid19.
Thermal cyclers can very accurately analyse several samples at the same time, and provides results in just a few hours.

These devices must offer extremely reliable analysis quality and results, so they use Brushless Direct Current motors because of the following benefits:

– High efficiency;
– Stable rotation;
– Maintenance free;
– Small size;
– Long service life.

Came can boast lengthy experience in prototyping, industrialisation and production of wound stators for BLDC motors, thanks to a range of machines that will be expanded in the coming years to effectively meet customer needs.

Article by:
Cristian Chilese
CEO – Marketing and Communication Manager, Came
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Came's 2020 ad campaign in the Electric Motor Engineering magazine

20 April 2020

In 2020, came decided to start its ad campaign with the aim of illustrating its position as a European partner and leader in high-efficiency windings for low-voltage electric drive motors.
The campaign started in Electric Motor Engineering, the most important European engineering magazine in the electric motor market.

Publication started in March 2020 and will continue for another three issues, focussing on the breadth of the sectors using Came windings:

– Automotive
– Wind power
– Handling
– E-bikes
– Transport
– Household appliances

The campaign will continue in September with an interview with the owners of Came, which will discuss strategic aspects on the subject of windings.

Visit this website to read the publication.

Article by:
Cristian Chilese
CEO – Marketing and Communication Manager, Came
+39 0444 488282

The new Came portal

2 March 2020

The five Cs of good communication: clarity, completeness, conciseness, concreteness and correctness.

Good company communication is not only important when making initial contact with business partners, but must be considered periodically, changed and implemented every day.

The web portal is taking on an increasingly important role among the new tools for communication and interaction between business partners.

The institutional website, to which we have become accustomed, is now supported by a portal, which is mainly intended for the purpose of sharing and providing customised access. It gathers information that is relevant to the user’s context to facilitate interaction between companies.

Came activated its customer portal in 2018 as part of an innovative business vision and to consolidate business partnerships.

The Came portal is a window onto internal operations, offering users a real-time update on the progress of their activities.
– Created with very clear graphics for fast and very intuitive consultation;
– Use can be adapted to the type of user, selecting just one or several sections of interest;
– The tool undergoes continuous improvement and expansion, thanks to the internal work of our EDP department, which collects suggestions resulting from the experiences of our partners.

And soon it will become even more interactive, allowing die-cast material to be booked from the catalogue after consulting the just-in-time stock and availability of any similar items ready for delivery.

Came confirms the attitude that makes it a transparent and innovative business partner aiming for continuous service improvement through continuous interaction with its contacts and the market.

Article by:
Chiara Tullini
Back-office sales manager
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Design to machining, optimize the raw material for better mechanical machining

27 January 2020

Die-casting and mechanical machining of castings can be defined as two of the most common processes in metal part manufacturing. It is important to know, however, that in order to optimize the result of a machined die casting, it is necessary to integrate the two processes right from the component design.

For this reason, today we will give you some key concepts to understand when machining is necessary and what precautions are required on the raw casting to accommodate the processing.

First of all, I would like to start by giving a brief description of the two processes:

Die-casting: the molten aluminium alloy is injected under pressure into a special mold, which gives the casting the shape of the part to be made once the alloy inside has cooled.

Mechanical machining: this is a process that alters the shape and characteristics of the material by removing chips with speed and versatility, following all the indications prescribed by a drawing.

The use of CNC technology (computer numerical control) and special tools makes it possible to maximize the processing precision, repeatability and efficiency.
In the die-casting sector, CNC machining is used to modify die-cast parts and produce features that cannot be produced in the die-casting mold. This allows us to customize parts based on specific customer needs and to send ready-to-install parts.

For example, it is possible to use processing on a die-cast part to:
– Obtain tighter tolerances;
– Improve surface roughness;
– Deep holes;
– Corners without radius.

Numerical control processing can also be useful to remove edges and draft angles, often necessary to complete high pressure die-casting processes or to create special shapes that cannot be obtained from a mold (under cuts).
Furthermore, processing can be useful to simplify the die-casting mold, thereby making it more economical. Specifically, it is possible to decide to obtain some features on the casting (radial holes) directly by mechanical drilling. This avoids the need for lateral movements on the mold (larger mold dimensions, longer cycle time, larger press, and higher equipment cost).

The degree of processing required can vary significantly from one product to another. For example, less complex parts may require drilling or threading only, which can often be done without CNC machining services but with a simple manual unit off the work island. On the other hand, complex components with special designs or with demanding mechanical characteristics (automotive components, components subject to mechanical seals, etc. ) require high-precision machining that can be achieved through the CNC machining process.

Came has a vast fleet of machines that includes both manual units dedicated to drilling and threading, and CNC machines (lathes, milling machines, 4- or 5-axis multi-pallets) useful for performing complex machining with maximum process speed and repeatability.

The Came R&D office can also support you in determining which type of manufacturing process is most appropriate for your products and can guide you through the component design phase to optimize the raw casting and the processes required to obtain the finished component, optimizing the workflow and consequently the final price.

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Came Aluminium Die-Casting enters the automotive world with IATF 16949 certification

3 December 2019

Came, which is ISO 9001:2015 certified, has decided to obtain IATF 16949:2016 certification for its die-casting process in order to adopt the quality standards required by the automotive world.

Came’s choice shows its commitment to continual organisational and structural growth, which will ensure benefits for both new and current customers.

The benefits of certification are aimed at greater customer satisfaction, process improvement, and an approach to quality that will further reinforce Came as a reliable global supplier and partner.

The certification process will take 12 months.

The certification process will be divided as follows:

Initial analysis
This activity serves to define the project. It consists of a series of initial audits for the various company sectors, conducted according to the IATF 16949 standard.

Acquisition of the reference standard
Acquisition of the reference standard and customer-specific requirements (CSR), and relative training.

Training and use of automotive-specific techniques
Acquisition of technical manuals and relative training to set up risk analyses according to IATF:
APQP (Advanced Product Quality Planning), FMEA (Failure Model Effect analysis), SPC (Statistical Process Control)
PPAP (Production Part Approval Process), MSA (Measurement System Analysis).

IATF 16949 implementation
Adapting the system documentation to the IATF standards.

IATF 16949 certification
Preparation for the certification body audit, possibly with pre-audits.

Article by:
Cristian Chilese
CEO – Marketing and Communication Manager, Came
+39 0444 488282

Partial discharges, Came's experience available to customers

7 November 2019

In this article, we explore the issue of partial discharges, the impact they have on the lifetime of electric motors, and what solutions we can adopt to reduce their effect.

For a number of years inverters have been used to regulate the speed of electric motors, and more generally to use motors under different load and consumption conditions (see the energy efficiency topic), which has introduced problems associated with electrical insulation stress due to the non-harmonic supply voltage waveform.

In fact, in the figure on the right we can see that the signal is not sinusoidal, but a train of pulses that vary in length, which are modulated to reproduce the equivalent of a sine wave. In particular, we can see overvoltages or peaks on the rising and falling edges caused by the inverter switching.

If the insulation system is not strong enough, these overvoltages produce small electrical discharges, known as “microdischarges” or partial discharges (PD), which are concentrated in cavities in the insulation, and specifically:
1) Between the windings of different phases, especially the initial windings where the voltage is higher;
2) Between the windings and earth;
3) Between different windings of the same phase.

These microdischarges can erode the insulation over time, eventually causing a complete discharge that irreparably damages the winding.

These observations inevitably give rise to some questions:
– Is it possible to protect a winding from these overvoltages introduced by an inverter?
– Is it possible to check if a winding is able to withstand such phenomena?
– Is it possible to assess the insulation ‘strength’ of a winding powered by an inverter?

A number of standards have been published in recent years to answer these and other questions, namely:
IEC 60034-18-41, “Partial discharge free electrical insulation systems …”
IEC/TS 60034-25, “Guide for the design of cage induction motors specifically designed for converter supply”
IEC/TS 60034-27, “Off-line partial discharge measurements…”
IEC/TS 61934, “Electrical measurement of partial discharges (PD) under repetitive voltage impulses”

Following the necessary period of training on this issue (aided by the support of teachers with proven experience), Came started the “Microdischarge Project” a few years ago to fully respond to the new requirements imposed by this issue. The goals of this project were to:
– Verify the characteristics of the insulating materials used in the production process;
– Choose the most suitable among them for the project, meaning those free from PD;
– Improve the production process to eliminate such phenomena;
– Identify a testing system able to detect such phenomena and thereby assess the goodness or strength of the insulation according to the following stress categories:
  A – Benign
  B – Moderate
  C – Severe
  D – Extreme

In recent years, this project required the effort of various resources and a significant investment in technical personnel training and dedicated test equipment, making Came a sure reference for its customers, able to:
– Verify the insulation system;
– Design a “reinforced” insulation system for inverter power supplies;
– Assess the degree of strength in the laboratory and issue a test report.

Came R&D is available to its customers to further explore the issue.

Article by:
Fabrizio Bardelli
Came Expert in Research and Development
+39 0444 488282

Brake test bench at the customers’ service

31 July 2019

Customer Service, today more than ever, for us has become something of a company philosophy. Understanding the customers’ needs, with a strategic vision for the future, means Came is continuously evolving.

Over the last decade, there have been significant regulatory and structural changes in the electric motor market. The difficulties in finding the right compromise between technical requirements and commercial need have often limited performance: this can involve research into custom cut sections, with the consequent production requirements, the choice of special rolled sections that can be hard to obtain and, last but not least, implementing technical activities that are extremely long and often not in line with market availability.

This is where we come in: specialists in windings, but above all promoters of innovation and technical solutions with the lowest possible economic impact. We purchased two brake test benches for this project: supporting our customers in design and prototyping, providing innovative solutions suitable for production with fully automated machines.

Our goal: to construct solid foundations for the future. In other words, an innovative product that makes use of existing technology.

Here are just some of our services:
– Studying new products
– Bench testing, to provide performance curves
– Analysis of motor behaviour in the case of problems reported by the customer
– Study to convert a custom motor to an IEC version
– Optimization of a motor to meet continuous requests for greater performance in terms of efficiency

In short, a vast range of services so Came can do everything required to find the most cost-effective solution that offers the best technical performance.

We remain at your disposal for any further information you might require. My colleague Mr Bardelli (R&D), our technical staff, led by my colleague Mr Cattazzo, and I will be happy to provide you with any further assistance you need.

Article by:
Cinzia Fontana
Windings division sales manager
+39 0444 488282

Came Low Voltage Windings services presented in our new video

1 July 2019


Came is the largest electric motor winding in Europe with leading-edge technological solutions and carefully selected suppliers to ensure high production standards.

Check out our video where we explain Came Low Voltage Windings:

– Production: Came automatic winding plant, Connecting, Electrical Testing, Settling;
– Applications: Material handling, Aerial lift, Ground support equipment, Automotive, Electric vehicles, Windmills;
– Services: Feasibility studies, Design, and Co-Design with the client.

Watch the video also on Came Youtube channel.

Our Technical Office and Research and Development are at your disposal for any technical questions and for product development.

Do not hesitate to contact us for further details or requests.
Tel: +39 04 444 88282

The benefits of synchronous brushless DC motors

17 February 2019

In this article, we will show the main benefits of synchronous brushless DC motors, also known as BLDC (BrushLess Direct Current) motors, powered by inverters and having permanent magnet rotors.

BLDC motors are composed of three main elements:

  • the stator, which consists of a pack of stamped T-shaped laminations or sectors (assembled to form the stator); coils are wound on the teeth of these laminations to form the windings, which are connected to each other and to the electronic board
  • the rotor, which consists of a cylindrical support with permanent magnets glued to it, or a pack of stamped laminations with ‘pockets’ in them to hold the permanent magnets
  • the electronic board that functions as a controller to ensure that the motor works correctly

Since the ’80s, the development of semiconductors has paved the way for the introduction of these motors. A considerable reduction in electronic component sizes in recent years has led to an increase in their growth, and they now replace brushed DC motors in some applications, thanks to some significant benefits:

  • replacing the brushes and commutator with a PM rotor and electronic board offers greater and better dynamic performance (meaning the range of available speed and torque, and fine adjustment)
  • no maintenance problems due to brush wear
  • no sparks in the sliding contacts, which are dangerous in potentially explosive atmospheres
  • less noise, both acoustic and electromagnetic
  • increased efficiency (because there is no friction and power dissipated in the contacts between the brushes and commutator)
  • increased power/weight ratio
  • smaller overall motor size for the same performance

They are also widely applied in very high-efficiency AC motors, where the traditional asynchronous motor is unable to achieve the required low-consumption performance.

Given these benefits, it is also worth mentioning at least two significant drawbacks that partly limit the success of these motors:

  • the cost of permanent magnets, especially for high-quality magnets such as neodymium
  • the cost of the electronics, especially if the quantities do not justify large-scale economy

That said, these motors have undergone an explosive growth in recent years, to the point that they are used in various sectors, and companies are showing an increasing interest in this world. Here below, we provide a non-exhaustive list of the main applications of BLDC motors:

  • pumps and ventilation
  • household appliances
  • gate openers and automation in general
  • home automation
  • electric bicycles (E-bikes)
  • hub motors for scooters
  • automotive
  • generators and alternators

Came has not been caught unprepared for this scenario, having gained solid experience in prototyping, industrialising and manufacturing the wound stator, with a fleet of machines in two manufacturing centres, which we will expand over the coming years with a further three centres to effectively meet the needs of our customers.

Article by:
Fabrizio Bardelli
Came Expert in Research and Development
+39 0444 488282

Our BrushLess Direct Current (BLDC) services are presented in our new video

14 January 2019

The challenge to achieve greater energy efficiency is leading many manufacturers to evaluate the use of windings for synchronous motors with permanent magnets, called BLDC – Brushless Direct Current.

For this reason we are pleased to present the new video which describes in detail Came BLDC:

– Came BrushLess Direct Current (BLDC) stator production;
– IE4 Super Premium Efficiency as the highest efficiency level of the electric motors;
– BLDC applications: Electric cars, E-bikes, Industrial fans, Consumer washing machines;
– Came BLDC services: Feasibility studies, Co-design, Part prototyping, Windings, Connections, Testing;
– Came BLDC future.

With this important investment, we want to support our customers in the development, prototyping, and production of these increasingly requested products.

You can also see it on the Came Youtube channel.

Our Technical Office and Research and Development are at your disposal for any technical questions and for product development.

Do not hesitate to contact us for further details or requests.
Tel: +39 04 444 88282

Distinctive characteristics of aluminium die-casting process

30 November 2018

Innovation is a broad concept that includes many features, among which the material is certainly in a position of primary importance. Nowadays, product innovation is a fundamental theme to be competitive and at the forefront of the global market, which is increasingly complex and challenging.

In this context, producing a component manufactured with a material and a process that allows to obtain an economic advantage, a weight saving, excellent mechanical characteristics, a complex design and a hi-tech look, is certainly a considerable competitive advantage.

The die-casting process is a metal processing technique, in which the aluminum alloy in the liquid state (temperatures above 700°C) is injected at high pressure into a metal mold and allows to obtain components in fast, efficient and with a good degree of finish.

The vastness of components and applications obtainable with the process of aluminum die-casting, is mainly due to the fact that the castings are characterized by specific technological qualities: the lightness that compares it to steel offers a ratio 1/3, the electrical conductivity which is second only to copper, the mechanical characteristics enhanced by the possibility of creating specific alloys, resistance to atmospheric agents, resistance to contact with food and also resistance to corrosion.

The aspects above mentioned explain why die-cast aluminum is used in all the main industrial sectors, from the most sophisticated ones such as aerospace and automotive, to the most common ones such as electromechanics, plumbing, lighting and furniture.

CAME S.p.A proposes itself as a partner, which thanks to state-of-the-art and constantly evolving technologies and skills, is able to support its customers with one of the most used production processes in modern industry.

Article by:
Alberto Carallo
Expert in Aluminium Die-Casting
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Ecodesign and energy saving

16 November 2018

It is now 13 years since the European Parliament published the first Directive (2005/32/EC) on ecodesign and improving energy efficiency, specifically regarding the use of electricity in a more efficient way, for a better awareness of resource usage and reduction of the environmental impact of electrical energy production.

From that date, the world of energy-using products changed, especially that one of electrical machine; slowly at first (there were no sector-specific regulations yet) but then gradually increasing. The concepts of ‘energy efficiency’, ‘green’ or ‘eco-friendly’ products, eco-sustainability or eco-compatibility, lower consumption and low environmental impact, have gradually become common.

So, how the electrical machinery market changed, and what impact the 2005/32/EC Directive and subsequent Directives with implementing Regulations had on the product?
Below we list some important dates that have brought a significant change to the design and production of electrical machine:

• ’20-20-20 Plan (2009/29/EC Directive) – this is a set of measures proposed by the EU for: 20% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, 20% increase in the energy produced from renewable sources, 20% reduction of energy consumption by 2020

• 2009/125/EC Directive – continues from and builds on the previous 2005/32/EC to cover various consumer products such as:
◦ Vacuum cleaners
◦ Dishwashers, washing machines, refrigerators, boilers, air conditioners
◦ Electric motors
◦ Pumps and circulators
◦ Fans
◦ Lights
◦ Computers and televisions

For each product affected, the European Parliament has issued a specific implementing Regulation for ecodesign, with the aim of improving energy efficiency and reducing consumption. Electric motors in particular are the main kind of industrial electric load, where they are used in production processes.

Systems that use electric motors account for approximately 70% of the electric power consumed by industry. In other words, electric motors have the lion’s share in this context. Therefore, one of the key factors at the root of energy efficiency improvement is the introduction of speed variators (inverters) in order to optimise consumption by using electric motors more effectively in applications with variable speeds and loads.
From 2011, the 640/2009 Regulation (and subsequent amendments) has forced electric motor manufacturers to place increasingly high-efficiency motors on the market (IE2 minimum efficiency level), which then increased to IE3 from 1 January 2015 (or IE2 with inverter) for motors from 7.5 kW to 375 kW, and then also covering small motors (0.75 kW) from 1 January 2017.

What are the current and future challenges for electric motor manufacturers and users, and for Came as a manufacturer of wound stators?

In this transitional phase, Came has shown that it is a safe and reliable partner for its customers, both for production and assistance during design of windings for IE2 and IE3 high-efficiency motors. Thanks to a laboratory with the latest generation brake test benches, and thanks to a well-prepared and expert technical staff, Came is able to provide an optimisation and design service for high-efficiency motors.

And that is not all: with the forthcoming implementing Regulation for the IE4 efficiency class (the IEC 60034-30-1 standard has already introduced the required minimum values), two years ago Came already launched a project to integrate the standard product (asynchronous winding) by adding 2 production machines for independent-pole synchronous windings for very high-efficiency BLDC motors (BrushLess Direct Current) to the existing machines, with the intention of purchasing another 3 production machines by the end of 2020.

All this puts Came in a leading position in the market of high- and very high-efficiency motor winding production.

Came has accepted the challenge, and you?

Article by:
Fabrizio Bardelli
Came Expert in Research and Development
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Came acquires 2 new Last Generation Die-Casting machines (Industry 4.0)

8 January 2018

In line with our strategy, we have increased our fleet in the die-casting plant.

As already announced, Came has decided to focus on the production of die-castings by investing in the Foundry, a department that already exists since 1989; and the creation of a specific team dedicated to the production of die-castings.

To demonstrate our commitment, two new die-casting machines were purchased, one of 1400 tons and another of 560 tons, which are added to the already existing 9 machines of various tonnages and all served by robots.

Our state-of-the-art machinery is digitally interconnected with our computer system, guaranteeing better cycle times, consistent quality and tighter tolerances. We are pleased to announce this expansion of capacity as an advantage we offer our customers.

Came extends towards new application sectors

12 September 2016

Came, as a highly specialised company in windings production, produces a wide range of products that can be used in many different sectors, providing unique and innovative solutions to specific requests.

Moreover, Came continuously extends its production range and provide a fully comprehensive service for all components of electric motors: die-casting components, wound stators, rotors with spindle, housed stators with processing, shields, processed flanges, application of terminal board connections, various threading and assembling operations.

Came products have their application in the following sectors:

– Electric motors
– Gears motors
– Pumps
– Motors for boats, electric and hybrid vehicles
– Compressors
– Submergible pumps
– Gate automation
– Cleaning machines
– Forklifts
– Electric wheels
– Wind power and marine industry
– Floor-washers
– Motorcycles and quadricycles
– Rail sector

Came Processing and Assembly

22 August 2016

In order to provide a fully comprehensive service, Came has equipped itself for insertion into housing and assembly of all typologies of windings, from Mec 56 to Mec 180. Came can also provide all die-cast components, such as shields and flanges processed according to customer drawings, ready for assembly.

The following is the list of Came Processing and Assembly services:
– Insertion and processing of wound stators in casings;
– Rotors with spindle;
– Mechanical processing of shields and flanges;
– Processing of components in cast iron, bronze, steel and aluminium.

To offer customized service, Came has a wide range of machines for the processing and assembly of electric motors comprising:
– 10 housing machines
– 11 assembly lines
– 2 hot assembly ovens
– 2 work stations for drilling and threading
– 1 work station for processing shields and flanges
– 13 lathes
– 3 vertical work stations
– 4 islands with lathe

Came invests in windings for synchronous motors with permanent magnets

13 June 2016


The challenge to achieve greater energy efficiency is leading many manufacturers to consider using synchronous motors with permanent magnets, called Brushless Direct Current.

The advantage of this type of engine compared to the traditional asynchronous or DC lies in being more efficient, more compact and very well coupled with the electronics.

The use of these types of engines is vast:

– Pumps and Ventilation
– Appliances
– Gate operators and Automations
– Automotive
– Drive wheels, Electric Bikes and Scooters
– Generators and Alternators


Came has decided to invest in a new production line in order to serve its customers in the prototypes and small production runs, as well as in consulting in Research & Development.

With this important step Came looks ahead; to a world that does not stop and always she wants to be alongside customers to develop and invest in the improvement of products for efficient energy use.

Came customized services

18 April 2016

As for several years Came has been specialized in manual processing and manufacturing of special motors according to customer design, offering customized solutions, small series, prototypes and great versatility. The range of windings produced by Came is very wide, with a production capacity of 30,000 pieces per day.

Dedicated customer service, the experience and the quality of products, helped Came to stand out for:

– Speed and flexibility in being able to meet the specific needs of the customer.
– Research, Development and Technical Assistance guaranteed for all components.
– Providing design work and technical consultation (aluminium die-casting for development of moulds and contract-work pressing with moulds).

Contact Came by email or by phone +39 04 444 88282.

New Mec 56 casing

17 March 2015

Came still widens its range of die castings with the Mec 56 series .

It will be possible to enjoy the new range of Mec 56 products, for samples and productions, this summer.

The proposals will be in three versions:
– A version that allows the closure of the engine with rods, without bosses
– A version with bosses, flat header
– A Prb version (removable feet) with bosses

The version of Mec 56 with removable feet is a type not yet available on the market.
This is a version that gives the possibility to customers who need more flexibility in their warehouses, to attach the foot at a later stage.

All series provide a version B3, B5 and BL.

In support of the casings will also be possible to combine shields, flanges and terminal header cover, to give the opportunity to the customer to complete flawlessly every type of assembly.

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Happy Christmas Holidays from Came spa

18 December 2014

The Christmas break is a special moment to share with the people we love, is an opportunity to get together in an atmosphere of party and good company.
Came spa wishes to all its employees, suppliers and employees a Very Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year of joy and serenity.

For these Christmas holidays, we want to wish you to fully enjoy the spirit of Christmas, and hope that your 2015 will be a year full of success and moments to remember.

We use this occasion to announce that our offices will be closed from December 18 to January 6.

Merry Christmas Holidays from Came spa!

Came die-cast: from design to finished product

1 December 2014

The product range of Came spa die-casts Series IEC and MEC, is an important reference point for our customers.
But the services of Came develop also customized products, allowing the customer to create items on demand.
We can design the molds starting from the customer project, reaching up to the production of the product, or to provide the necessary cooperation for any constructional request.

The advanced software tools for 2D and 3D modeling and cutting edge software for the simulation of casting aluminum, allow our technical staff to verify the structural elements of the product already in the planning stage, introducing the geometry and loads, and thus highlighting any areas of defects.

All this allows us to provide clients with a professional service, which guarantees once the mold has been built, the practical feasibility of particular designed, ensuring quality and durability.

Thanks to the preparation and experience of our technical staff, our services are at your disposal for the development and design of any aluminum parts.

Below is the full list of services offered by Came spa:

– Molds Designing
– Molds Sale
– Design of custom part
– Stamping Aluminium parts
– Stamping Aluminum parts with machined process
– Fem Structural Analysis

The blog of Came Spa is online!

27 October 2014

The corporate blog of Came spa is now online.

We decided to further invest in communication offering to our clients and contacts, not only our expertise, but also our desire to share the passion for the work we do lovingly every day.

From the will to improve and grow both as a company and as a group, we have created this tool in a perspective of sharing and participation, which features the new way to communicate in the 2.0 era.
Our blog will be open to comments and exchange of information, because the goal is to create a network of communication with all those who want to interact with our staff.

Browsing through the pages and blog categories it will be possible to keep up to date on our products, industry news, about the events that Came spa participates, such as fairs and exhibitions, but not only, we also decided to make you somehow protagonists of all what goes around the world of Came.
Our corporate parties, innovations in research and development, and the people that make our company a great team.
Came Blog: communicate to grow together.