We have combined the experience gained from working at the forefront of the automotive and motorsport sectors, which have always been drivers of industrial production worldwide, with the high-quality standards of the aerospace industry.
The result is a group of companies working in continuous synergy, applying the most advanced technologies, with the aim of maximising the efficiency of the production process, innovation, precision, reliability and flexibility.
This is how the VECA GROUP interprets every technological challenge, putting customer expectations at the heart of everything it does.
Formula One engines, as well as the hydraulic systems of airplanes and helicopters, are a set of components manufactured by high-precision machining. Investing in state-of-the-art machinery is essential for us to guarantee the technical and qualitative performance of the parts we are commissioned to produce.
We have more than 70 vertical, horizontal and five-axis milling centers, run by people who have made this specific machining process an art form.
In our lathing departments, which are also equipped with state-of-the-art machinery, we carry out all types of machining, including, to name but a few, lathing of hardened materials and lathing of complex profiles. Accurate positioning and the use of specific tools allow us to achieve an excellent surface quality which, combined with in-process Zeiss measuring equipment, guarantees product quality.
We use electrical discharge machining (EDM-WEDM) technology to machine all components with complex surfaces and extremely hard materials that are difficult to machine using conventional techniques.
Whether it's die-sinking EDM or wire-cutting EDM, our staff have the experience to expertly calibrate machines that harness the erosive power of electrical discharge to create products of the highest quality.
Precision to the thousandth of a millimeter and extreme attention to detail.
VECA GROUP has created a division dedicated to special micrometric machining.
Grinding is a special process used to obtain thousandths of a millimeter tolerances and super surface finishes.
This is how we obtain components for very high-performance engines and parts for the aerospace industry
Hydroforming is a technology for cold plastic deformation of tubular components using high-pressure fluids.
This method allows closed profiles to be shaped, generating non-uniform cross-sections along the axis of the tube.
It is suitable for the production of tubes with complex geometries, tight tolerances, and lightweight.
Our hydroforming plant is equipped with a double injection system, with two pressure levels (500 and 2300 bar).
In our plastic deformation hub we use the most advanced machining processes to create complex and refined shapes.
Using a computerised 9-axisbending facility, we can shape thin-walled tubes (0.7 to 1.2 mm), with an average radius to diameter ratio of 1:1 (no straight-line gaps).
Years of experience in TIG welding of titanium and nickel alloys, stainless steels, and aluminum and magnesium alloys enable our operators to carry out all types of welding, both manual and semi-automatic.
Our plant, which specializes in this type of welding, is equipped with cabins for welding in an inert atmosphere and an internal laboratory for the inspection of welded joints (WPAR).
Additive manufacturing has revolutionized the world of rapid prototyping and small-scale production.
Our DNA, which has always been focused on innovation, has led the VECA GROUP to create a division entirely dedicated to DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering), which allows structurally solid components to be modeled in real-time by laser sintering powders of titanium, Inconel, steel and aluminum alloys.
Before or after processing, metals need appropriate heat treatments to stabilize their crystalline structure, improving their mechanical properties and resistance to wear.
We have vacuum furnaces for heat treatments such as quenching, tempering, annealing, aging; to these processes we add combined cycles of solution heat treatment, austenitization, and high-temperature sintering.
The performance of our plants allows high-quality standards; we can manage the treatment in different modes: chamber control or charge control.
We use the most advanced 2D/3D modeling software to support our customers at all stages of component design.
Our team of CAM Design experts allows us to optimize manufacturing activities, maximizing both the efficiency of the production process and the quality of the finished product.