This is a great example of Bruschi Co-Design. Not only does it feature a new, stunning aesthetic that required high level surface quality, but also a practical design that allows for assembly without machining.
Deep analysis of tolerances and shapes in matching position allowed to get parts with no machining operations. The study of draft angles between matching parts has been performed in order to avoid any further operation in assembly process.
To reach the aesthetic quality needed, its crucial to keep a low porosity rate: during powder coating process the castings are heated up to around 200° C, therefore any air entrapping must be avoided. Under vacuum die-casting allows production of castings with no problem of blistering or bubble creation.
For this project, on 23rd September 2016 in Brescia, Italy, Bruschi won the prestigious European Zinc Die Casting Competition 2016.