Professionals working in the automotive industry face numerous challenges: the sector must continuously evolve to raise standards, increase performance and keep up with the competition.
CHEMICAL PHOTO ETCHING IN THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR
Our chemical photoengraving technique meets all of these requirements, producing models with complex mesh patterns and high-definition surface engravings that traditional sheet metal working techniques simply cannot achieve.
Thanks to our technologically-advanced production, automotive sector professionals – particularly interior designers – can enjoy complete creative freedom to experiment without having to worry about enormous initial mould costs or potential alterations once the project is underway.
Chemical photoengraving offers both aesthetic and functional advantages, providing the following benefits at no additional cost:
- A thinner yet stronger finish;
- Longer lifespan;
- High-definition logos;
- Openings of any shape or position;
- Burr-free precision;
- 100% free of scratches and imperfections.
- LOUDSPEAKER GRILLES
We are Italy’s leading manufacturer of photoengraved loudspeaker grilles. We currently supply tens of thousands of loudspeaker grilles every week to major carmakers like:
- Land Rover
- SCUFF PLATES, LUGGAGE RACKS AND DASHBOARDS
Thanks to chemical engraving, we can offer our customers the best tools to customise their own car: sharp cut-outs and new backlighting patterns, as well as the name or signature of the car’s owner.
WHY CHOOSE CHIMIMETAL?
Over the years we have accrued significant expertise and know-how to meet the numerous production, competition and quality standards that customers of an ever-evolving automotive sector have come to demand.
Our company is highly committed to a specific production standards improvement plan, as attested to by its compliance with customers’ APQP requirements through FMEA, MSA and PPAP.
Thanks to renewed partnerships with major technological players, we are driven to meet the ever-more-exacting requirements of our customers, with a focus on new, more economical production lines that do not undermine the quality of the finished product.