Once again, Weerg's quest for innovation meets the needs of the vast world of mechanics by expanding its machining range with the introduction of 316 stainless steel, one of the most versatile and sought-after materials.

For this stainless metal, the company, which offers online CNC machining and 3D printing services entirely manufactured in Italy, has set up an exclusive production line at its headquarters in Gardigiano, near Venice. 316 stainless steel, which joins the 39 carbon steels and C45 already in series production, is cast using the best tools from Sandvik, Hitachi, Emuge and Ceratizit in fully automated 5-axis continuous machining centres with anthropomorphic robots. In fact, Weerg's CNC department, unique in Italy, consists of 10 Hermle C42U machining centres. Each one is equipped with two batteries of 5 units each, and Mazak Integrex multitask lathes, the latest model Smooth, to guarantee the highest precision on the market. All production lines are constantly configured according to the highest quality protocols to guarantee the best results even with the extremely short delivery times that characterise Weerg's service. Speed and efficiency, combined with the practicality of the platform and the exclusive online quote calculator, are the points that the founders have always strived for. Werg was founded with the aim of bringing simplicity, quality and punctuality to the fields of mechanical and additive manufacturing.
"Our development department is constantly working to expand our offer", explains Francesco Zanardo, CEO of Weerg. "Stainless steel in particular has long been in great demand by our customers through all the communication channels through which we maintain a constant dialogue with our customers. Thanks to its exceptional versatility, 316 stainless steel is suitable for a wide range of applications, ensuring fast yet high-quality construction". Among its most notable features are its excellent corrosion resistance, easy cleaning, excellent hygienic coefficient and easy processing and forging. In addition, the 316 steel is not magnetised under full annealing conditions. This expands its range of applications, which extend from automotive engineering to special-purpose machine construction, also for the food and beverage industry, and the construction of structural parts and tubes. Stainless steel can be used in the food sector, but also for kitchen and household appliances, beverage and tins. Its resistance to most corrosive substances makes it suitable for applications in the chemical industry, for components at risk of corrosion and for use in harsh working environments. In particular, it can be used in the construction of sensitive instruments such as liquid gas tanks, heat exchangers, pollution control and smoke extraction systems.
"Only a few weeks after its introduction, Weerg is already processing numerous stainless steel orders. And that from both large companies and small design studios," continues Zanardo. "Among the processes most in demand today are plates, structural parts, beams, aesthetic components for the furniture and textile industries, components for the automotive and marine industries, and for the pneumatic and hydraulic industries".


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