Die-casting and tumblings
The die casting department consists of three plants of 350 tons each and have a processing capacity of 800 g/cycle of aluminium alloys. The three islands are served by cartesian coordinate robots and anthropomorphic robots to make the moulding cycle completely automatic from the melting furnace to the removal of the sprue from the die-cast parts.
The tumbling department consists of 4 orbital vibrators of 680 lt, inside which the deburring and sanding of the die-cast parts takes place, to prepare the surface for the subsequent painting cycles and/or anodic oxidation.
All machines are equipped with automatic interlocking devices for loading and unloading pieces.
CNC Machining Centres
In the CNC department, which consists of< 5 four-axis numerical control machines with table dimensions up to 1000 x 500 mm, are performed specific operations on forged or die-cast parts with millimetric tolerances
All the available CNCs are with pallet changer, which allows to manage various codes, reducing downtime.
All die-cast and forged aluminium alloys are processed. Ferrous-based materials are also processed for special products in the automotive sector and work on account of specific customer drawings.
In the mechanical processing department we perform post-tumbling mechanical operations on flexible transfer lines, able to work different products on the same line with high productive capacity. With the help of presses, tapping machines, reamers and riveting machines, the operators can achieve all the aesthetic/functional characteristics that the piece requires in subsequent assembling operations.
The Department is composed of both rotary table machines and pallet transfers to achieve maximum productive capacity and flexibility at the same time
The main processes are die-cast and forged aluminium alloys.
Domino group has 11 injection moulding machines from 8 to 200 tons. equipped with cartesian coordinate robots both for the introduction of inserts and for the extraction and palletisation of finished parts or the removal of sprues.
All machines are equipped with software for automatic control of the reset moulding parameters.
The materials treated range from thermoplastic rubbers and other compounds up to composite polymers and/or otherwise structured (with talc, glass and mineral base fillers).
In the assembly department, with semi-automatic operations, the final product is obtained by joining together the items forming its Bill of Materials.
Within the department, there are work islands divided into mechanical, electro-mechanical and electronic product types.
This department is equipped with automatic machines for cutting, trimming, knurling of tubes and extruded profiles. The handlebars are manufactured using two CNC bending systems with 3 and 5 moving axes which are able to bend tubes up to a diameter of 42 mm.
At present, we use carbon steel, alloys, stainless steel and aluminium alloys such as Anticorodal, Avional and Ergal.
The Domino group has several automatic and manual warehouses for the storage of incoming/outgoing materials, which are all managed by a management software with FIFO logic.
Intermediate and departmental warehouses use the KANBAN method in the production processes.