Thermosetting moulding

In 1909, in the United States, the belgian chemist Leo Hendrick Baekeland patented bakelite, the first artificial plastic material, which was destined to spread on large scale, becoming one of the most used material in industrial production.

It was in this context that, in 1943, S.T.A.M.P. started its activity just beginning with bakelite moulding.

Through the years, thermosetting plastic materials family enlarged and, at the same time, S.T.A.M.P. increased its experience in thermosetting materials transformation.

We know very well all thermosetting materials and their related transformation techniques, having produced for many different sectors such as electric, electromechanical, furnishing, industrial and foodstuffs.

Therefore melamine, phenol-melamine, textilite and ureic materials were and are nowadays transformed by S.T.A.M.P.

In the Seventies, BMC and SMC were born and they had very particular features, in terms of mechanics and aesthetics, compared with more common thermosetting materials.

Since then, S.T.A.M.P. has been developing working techniques and improving processes, insomuch as nowadays, with inhouse designed and produced moulds, we are able to perform cold molding, automatic cut of the riser with closed mould, achieving quicker cycles, plastic material and labour saving.


Therefore our transformation of thermosetting resines can be resumed as follows:

  • compression process (all materials) with presses from 80 to 230 tons

  • polyester injection (BMC)  or phenolic resines with presses from 190 to 380 tons

  • transfer (all material) with presses from 80 to  230 tons



We also provide the inhouse service of thermoset deflashing, with a turbine deflashing machine which grants cleanliness and polishing of the items in a cheap and totally automatic way.


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