offcina meccanica

Mechanical Workshop

The Mechanical Workshop Service of the Rome Section produces complex mechanical parts through the most advanced technologies, with the possibility of dimensional quality control through a suitable Metrology Laboratory. The production techniques used range from the more traditional chip removal techniques - both CNC and manual - to the more advanced ones, such as Additive Manufacturing or 3D printing.

Specifically, the service uses 3 CNC milling machines (with 3, 3+1 and 5 axes, respectively), 2 manual milling machines, 1 CNC lathe and 2 manual lathes for the processing of the most common metal alloys and plastics. In the field of 3D printing, it also uses 1 industrial printer with FDM technology, and a printer for curing photosensitive resins with high accuracy. The Metrology Laboratory - integrated in the Service for the dimensional quality control of any produced parts - is equipped with a reference table and a dial indicator, as well as a Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM).

The staff is trained in the use of three-dimensional CAD software, CAM for the preparation of tool paths for numerical control machining, and the preparation of printing jobs for the additive manufacturing machines supplied; it also makes available skills, professionalism and experience to support the installations and assemblies of experimental apparatuses designed by the INFN.


Angelo Mattei

People   ▽

Name Surname Task Role
Marco Iannone Employee Technical assistant
Emiliano Lalli Employee Technical assistant
Marco Magi Associated Technical assistant
Valerio Martella Employee Technical assistant
Angelo Mattei Employee Technical assistant
Massimo Nuccetelli Employee Technical assistant
Alessandro Villani Employee Technical assistant