LOGO-OROTIG

OROTIG SRL
sede_775kv907Via XXV Aprile, 47
37014 Cavalcaselle di Castelnuovo del Garda (VR) Italy
Tel: +39 045 6400865
Fax: +39 045 6401104

Contact: Alberto Gagliano

Web: http://www.orotig.com
Mail: info@orotig.com

Company Profile
Since 1993 Orotig Ltd. produces and markets melting machines and LASER equipment.
The range of casting machines produced by Orotig uses TIG technology combined with the system of casting and inert atmosphere. This type of equipment, patented by Orotig allows the realization of mergers particularly accurate in Platinum, Palladium, Titanium and Steel.
The range of laser welding includes tabletop models of various sizes and power ratings up to 200J of energy delivered. The LASER welders Orotig have been designed with the specific intent to meet the micro-soldering needs of professionals in the jewelry industry, from the small workshop to the big goldsmith jewelry industry. The LASER welding products allow you to work in Platinum, Gold, Silver, Titanium …
certificazioniThe latest technology developed by Orotig is the laser for marking and cutting with power ratings from 10W to 50W, with which you can mark and cut flat and curved surfaces with precision, easily and accurately. Special adapters allow you to mark and engrave the whole and external side of rings or bangles. It is possible tu cut metal “strip” in total automation thanks to a system that allows an easy and rapid series production of special designs or written, pre-processed in the computer.

Products
Gold sector: Laser Marking – Laser Welding – Casting machine
Dental sector: Casting machine – Laser Welding – CAD-CAMS
Medical sector: specific equipment

Laser technology in the service of art
The R&D department of Orotig Srl, in the course of its activities, upon specific requests from esteemed and prestigious companies, has developed a LASER equipment designed for very special purposes. A representative example of these specific requests is given by the Hermitage Museum of St. Petersburg. Their requirements were a LASER equipment engineered to restore and bring back to its own former glory valuable collection of historical objects and watermarks and last but not the least, more than 6000 pieces pending to be restored, stocked in the museum’s storerooms until now.