Established in 1964, the Camozzi Group is a global leader in the production of innovative components and systems for industrial automation. As an Italian multinational we operate in a variety of other sectors, ranging from additive manufacturing and machine tools to textile machinery and solutions for processing raw materials.
Looking to the future from solid roots
The Camozzi offering includes the creation of customised Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) products and solutions that utilise cyber-physical systems (CPS) for the digitalisation of production processes in which data are continuously processed to improve performance.
The Camozzi Group is a world leader in supplying automated fibre placement technology and produces the world’s largest 3D printer. In addition, the manufacturing division produces brass and polymer mouldings, cast aluminium, cast iron components and heavy metal fabrications.
Our added value is based on fully understanding many diverse production processes, while our related research and innovation constantly drives forward the boundaries of continuous improvement.
The 12 companies that make up the Group specialise in different technical and production activities but have organisational, financial, logistical and commercial similarities. The Research and Development activities are performed by Mechatronic Application Research Center (MARC).
Innse Berardi and Ingersoll Machine Tools
We produce world-leading machines of additive manufacturing with a focus on innovative materials including composites, titanium and aluminium.
Our in-depth knowledge of industrial processes and our constant investment in high-tech R&D allows us to innovate for our customers and support the evolution of smart manufacturing. We are advocates of the ‘Industry 4.0’ revolution. Our production management model is based on connecting both physical and digital systems, providing structured analysis of big data and enabling real-time management of industrial processes.
Products range from general purpose machines that bring greater flexibility and productive to a wide variety of parts, to special purpose, one-of-a-kind machines delivering unique solutions. For the aerospace industry, Ingersoll excels in building machines to produce component parts and large structures made of aluminum, hard metals and composite materials.
In addition, Ingersoll provides a unique contract manufacturing resource for prototype machining and production runs, from small engine parts to locomotive diesel blocks and windmill hubs.
For more than a century, Ingersoll has led in the continuous improvement of machines and processes that enable customers around the world to meet the challenge for more efficient production, higher quality, and ultimately, greater competitive advantage.
Ingersoll’s WHAM machines break new ground in the additive manufacturing industry for both size and speed. With a standard work envelope of W 23’ x H 10’ x L 46’ and target material deposition rate of 1,000 lbs/hr, WHAM machines will perform at an order of magnitude larger and faster than any printer currently on the market. Built on a platform of existing modular components, the machine size can be customized to various specifications. Ingersoll has experience developing machines with work zones as large as W 40’ x H 20’ x L 250’. The WHAM system includes automatic exchange of the printing extruder with a high speed 5-axis milling attachment for conventional subtractive finishing operations.
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