In our last newsletter we told you about how we perform tumbling, one of the finishing processes we do at D.F. Now we would like to present you with those other equally important processes: bending and assembly.
Nothing is impossible in our workshop in that we can perform the simplest bending, shaping or forming operations as well as more difficult and more complex ones. We are able to create everything our customers have in mind because we are capable of building all the equipment necessary to produce the right bending and forms required for components that have been milled, laser cut, coined or produced by other processes. Indeed, we are capable of creating in-house any type of bending or cambering.
What are the main bending operations that we perform?
We bend end-pieces, nose pads and bridges, shape temples and form fronts, bars and eye-rims. In order to obtain a semi-finished piece of eyewear we can cut, bend and assemble any of the components previously processed.
We are also able to offer our customers machinery for forming and shaping metal eye-rims as well as equipment required to bend and shape bars, fronts and other elements in acetate.
Our final assembly process enables us to deliver a complete frame ready for the final finishing processes.
To perform this we use both automated and manual screw-drivers and, for special cases, we rely on the precision of our highly skilled operators to screw each piece together by hand in order to deliver the highest quality result.
This is why the work of all our operators is so essential and it’s thanks to them that at D.F. you will find only the best.