The porcelain manufacturing process of FONTINI mechanisms
70 years leading craftsmanship in the sector
In a company dominated by mass-produced products, the firm stands out. Fontini true to its essence, it continues to manufacture its products by hand. In this way you get high quality products and design that transmit soul and character.
Aware of the importance of the quality of the material with which you work and the need to control the entire production process, Fontini owns its own factory where it produces its products Porcelain. In this way, the signatureensures full control over the process of creating your taking care of every detail and achieving delicacy and distinction in their designs.
Fontini builds his collections Do And GARBY made of porcelain, through a delicate manufacturing process.
Start with the design and manufacture of porcelain pressing molds; this point is crucial given that it must consider the dimensional variability that porcelain experiences during pressing and cooking processes; ensures the moisture level of porcelain within the right parameters and continues with the cooking process which is one of the most important stages of the manufacturing process, as it depends much on the characteristics of the product.
Finally, the pieces are polished and the enamel is applied covering them completely to achieve a homogeneous color and a gap less finish, then bake the pieces.
Once all the pieces of each of the mechanisms have been hardened in the furnace, the phases of quality control. In this phase are discarded those pieces that have not looked good or that have some tare and the enamel is reviewed to finally assemble the mechanisms and get as a result unique compositions arising from a highly careful process manufacturing.
In short, in Fontini they work constantly to offer unique solutions for interior architecture, manufacture porcelain mechanisms to complete unique projects and take care of all production processes to ensure unique products reliable.
Since 1950, they are committed to quality, people and territory and make an ongoing commitment to design, talent and innovation.