Bonelli Graniti chooses SmartCut 800 for its production

9 December, 2015
In the imaginary voyage between the Italian marble and granite trails it's hard to resist stopping off at Bonelli Graniti, in Fiesse in the province of Brescia
Bonelli is a company formed of excellent minds, skills and ideas, operating as a consolidated manufacturer and producing articles of exceptionally creativity since 1972. 
To make products like the items shown in the photos clearly requires the skills of master stonemasons, but it also calls for machinery with unique characteristics, like the Breton SmartCut 800 bridge saw.
This machine combines the creative goals of Breton and Bonelli Graniti, fine-tuned under the aegis of innovation and exquisitely Italian engineering excellence. 
The Brescia company produces superbly sophisticated works in marble and granite in its workshops for both urban furniture and modern architectural projects. 
Its distinctive feature however is its absolute mastery in engraving and funerary art. 
From granite slabs to finely crafted headstones and bas-reliefs: Bonelli can exploit the full potential of the SmartCut 800, a bridge saw with a rotating head having 5 interpolated axes.
It makes no difference whether we call this machining centre a CNC milling machine or a shaping machine: 
  • the table is fixed and the head rotates from 0° to 380° and can be tilted from 0 to 90°;
  • the head can be equipped with ISO 40 attachment tools, allowing the use of mills and core drills;
  • it's extremely easy to use thanks to a clear and intuitive human-machine interface;
  • ideal for all types of machining process, both for the production of small batches and large series, and for simple machining steps or highly complex shaping operations;
  • the machine's engraving capabilities using a specific engraving tool allow it to produce authentic works of art, and it is precisely in this type of machining operation that SmartCut 800 displays its full potential displays its full potential.
The photos speak for themselves. 
These complex objects would normally require the use of multiple machines: 
  • sawing of slabs and blocks to create workpieces;
  • shaping of blocks with a disk cutter to obtain geometrically complex parts;
  • shaping and routing with milling tools. 


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