Farina Presse entirely designs its presses, both mechanically and electronically.
The two components of the presses are developed by the two Technical Office units: mechanical design and electronic design (software). These two units actively collaborate to all projects in the large open space of our technical department
Our technical office
Mechanics and Electronics
The entire production of Farina Presse is designed in its internal technical office.
Both mechanical and electronic components are developed here, there included software management. Our design aims at constantly improving the technical performances of our machines. At the same time, it always complies with the current EU regulations.
Our members of staff know and carefully comply with the EU regulations and directives that regulate the products of our sector. Moreover, they actively carry out all necessary activities to comply with all quality, environmental and safety procedures of our company.
Moreover, our technical office deals with all technical documentation and manuals for every project, complying with the Directive on Machinery and all rules and regulations in force at installation place.
Finite element analysis method
The FEM (Finite Element Method) has been used for our mechanical design since 2005.
This method allows to evaluate the state of stress, deformation and elongation of the elements subjected to loads when an analytical solution is not possible.
Upon design, all items deemed sensitive undergo an analysis that allows to modify or improve them just in time.