Technical Centre for Mechanical Industry was created in 1965, upon request from mechanical industry companies in order to provide companies with means and competences to improve their competitiveness, take part in standardisation, establish a relationship between scientific research and industry, promote technical progress, provide assistance to improve performance and guarantee quality.

Metallic materials and surface treatment
Fatigue and mechanical structure design
Noise and vibration engineering
Pressured equipment and related instrumentation Joints and complex assembly engineering Corrosion and cathodic protection engineering Polymer and composite materials
Industrial and production processes optimization

Toward industrial performance

Design and production processes optimisation Quality improvement, Non-Quality reduction Equipment dimensioning and certification Industrial production assets optimization Financial optimization of the production Compliance with world industrial standards

Industrial risks reduction

Industrial risks analysis and management Failure and root cause analysis Environmental risks analysis and reduction

Advanced validation process

Laboratory tests engineering: equipment, resources Equipment certification: materials, process
Onsite measurement: customer site, laboratory Software cross validation: measurement comparison Certification of equipment, compliance with standards.


:  Advanced costing for mechanical engineering “Costing precision for challenging engineering

:  Operational and validated cathodic protection simulation “Towards cathodic protection for the 21st century

:  Operational and validated bolted assembly verification software   “Strengthen your bolted assembly verification and dimensioning

:  Your first comprehensive, effective and affordable FEA workbench “From direct 3D modeling to mechanical simulation in a single run


  :  Advanced costing for mechanical engineering “Costing precision for challenging engineering