The last of the Winter Fairs has concluded, and what a fair Ambiente has been.
I have lost count of the number of Ambiente trade fairs I have conducted, but this one has without doubt been one of the very best.
Does this mean that the recession is over? I am not sure; most of the visitors were from non-EU countries, and all looking for MADE IN ITALY. Lets just wait and see.
What I do know is that my efforts to help create an Eme Brand Name is beginning to work. More and more people are becoming aware of the design, quality and service that Eme can offer.
I would just like to thank all the visitors to our stand at Ambiente; and please remember that should you wish to know more about our Company, production, or just wish for a price quotation, please do note hesitate to contact me.
Once again my most sincere thanks to all the visitors.
Sometimes it is interesting to see how a new cutlery model takes it’s first steps to becoming a reality, from a simply hand drawing, to the final production model.
Below you can see the original hand drawing of the ferrule used on our model “Georgian”, the ferrule was created and the design registered by John L Aldridge. John L Aldridge has also created Eme models Aria, Iso, and Lace.
From this drawing we obtain the first 3D design using an Auto-Cad type computer program.
From the Auto-Cad drawing we obtain the “coordinates” required to create the tooling.
Checks are made so that we are quite sure that no errors have been made in the 3D coordinates. This is very import, as once the tooling is made, very few modifications can be made afterwards.
The tooling is made by using electrolysis, and becomes a reverse image of the finished product, similar to an engraving.
Once the tooling has been completed, we can begin production of the new ferrule.