- Selection is made in accordance with customers` demands as well as internationally established standards.
- Molds are fabricated by inner workshops, which make use of innovative technologies and operate top quality equipment and employ skilled operators and workers.
- Materials should be selected appropriate to every design.
- Fabrication process begins by first cutting stainless steel reels in plates.
- This operation implies cutting the outside contours of pieces.
- Roll operation allows rolling steel blanks into properly thick forms, that meet flatware set requirements.
- Through this operation bowl shapes are accomplished.
Cutting bowl outlines.
- Roll blank is put into a press for removing overmuch portion and shaping bowls. The piece should be precise to fit in stamping die.
- Shaping the patterns is the following operation. Every single pattern possesses a unique hard steel die for head pattern and back pattern, which are input in stamp pressing by die vise. The dies stamp the material in ornamental details and patterns get embossed upon pieces.
Particular operations for knife, spoon, fork fabrication.
- Knife, spoon, fork and hollow-ware fabrication require special operations. For making hollow knife handles, two metal bands have to be shaped, then the bands get brazed, burnished and glazed to make seams invisible. Blades and handles are connected through a forceful cement-like substance, which provides a durable bond.
- As for spoons, in the aftermath of embossing patterns on the top and backside handle face, spoon pan is shaped through forceful pressing and precise steel die.
- Shaping claws for forks is an operation like spoon pan formation. This process is accomplished prior to the pattern application onto handles. After cutting forks appropriate to particular outlines, pierce and tine them. The tiny metal piece holding tine tips, has to be taken away through the next process when patterns have been embossed.
Buff and sand polish operations.
- Buffing and polishing ensure the perfect finish of knives, spoons and forks. Certain finish operations may provide silverware a glossy, glass-like finishing, smooth, satin gloss or frosty, matte finishing.
Eventual inspecting ensures the absence of burrs, scrapes, tough polish effects in the midst of fork tines, decolorization and a number of defects after stamping, shaping, polishing operations.
Flatware gets packaged to provide its safe delivery to customers. After its classification and storage the product becomes available for consumers.
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