Stame: focus on materials, treatments and secondary operations


Founded in 1977, during the years Stame specialized in producing mechanical parts, of complex geometry and fair or good dimensional precision, through compaction and sintering of metal powders. The range of mechanical parts is very wide: gears, levers, ratchets, pulleys, claws, spacers and so on. The company specialized also in producing very little sintered parts, even weighing less than one gram. Thanks to its competence and equipment, Stame is able to produce different metals: bronze, brass, plain iron, plain or alloyed steel, heat treatment or sinterhardening steel, infiltrated steel, stainless steel and composite materials for magnetic applications. All materials strictly fulfill different standards, both national and international.
Besides, the finishing treatments include: blueing, bronzing, steam oxidation, oil and plastic impregnation, galvanic coating, different heat treatments, brazing and even co-sintering to get irreversible assembling of components made of different materials or processes. As for the secondary operations, in case of parts which require some particular machining operation because of their shape, impossible to be achieved by forming inside rigid tools, Stame (sometimes with the aid of skillful sub-suppliers) is able to provide ready-to-use parts.