OMC operates in the custom precision machining industry. Production mainly focuses on boring and milling mechanical workpieces with a weight up to 40 quintals. OMC can machine Ferrous Metals, Aluminium and its Alloys, Bronze, Stainless Steel, Inconel, and Plastics.View the Photo Gallery
Boring has always been the feather in OMC’s hat. This operation can create holes with maximum precision, obtaining excellent surface finishes and close dimensional tolerances.View our machinery
This type of operation can include a first rough grinding stage and a subsequent finishing stage to achieve the dimensions and meet the tolerances according to the drawing. Flattening and shaping are the most common operations.
Both boring and milling can be carried out on most raw materials available on the market, always ensuring a top-quality result.
Upon the client’s request, once all the details are machined, OMC can complete the production cycle in-house, thanks to its qualified personnel, and assembly the machine pieces and/or units.
OMC can manufacture a finished and functional product based on the clients’ drawing or just on their requirements, ensuring maximum confidentiality around the entire production cycle.
Turning and welding are processes that OMC has always carried out in-house. Today, the company can rely on qualified external partners to meet customer requirements and ensure its distinctive quality.
For an even more complete service, OMC can supply machined details finished with thermal/galvanic treatments and even painted.View our machinery
Every mechanical detail is made in compliance with the specifications indicated in the client’s drawing, including the supply of raw materials where required.
For any proposal request, OMC can examine both hardcopy and digital drawings.
We can receive 2D/3D MODELS in the most popular formats, i.e.: DXF, DWG, IGES, STEP and PARASOLID, and we can process them through CAD-CAM software. All this allows us to provide prompt and accurate quotes.
Thanks to the existing CAD-CAMstation, once developed, the 3D drawing is CAM processed to extract the machining coordinates, which are then sent to the production department.
Once production is planned, the data are transmitted to the interconnected machine tools to start the production process. Over the years, this investment has allowed OMC to consolidate close collaborations with its clients.
Based on our quality procedure, every workpiece undergoes an intermediate inspection during the machining process and a final inspection to ensure conformity to the drawing. Upon request, we can issue conformity and/or dimensional certificates.
To ensure product traceability, upon request, every single detail and/or lot is provided with an identification tag before shipment.