15/02/2018 - News - Posted by EditorSMRE
The CERN, the world’s largest particle physics laboratory where engineers and physicists study the fundamental structure of the universe, in Geneva, has chosen SMRE for its research work. The European Organisation for Nuclear Research, which today boasts the most complex scientific instruments in the world for studying the basic constituents of matter, has signed an agreement with our company for the supply of a machine capable of cutting composite materials, in particular pre-impregnated carbon fibre.
In order to test, cut and stress these materials, the CERN has created a laboratory which boasts an SM-381-TA cutting plotter, designed and built in Umbertide (Pg), the SMRE headquarters. Numerous tests are carried out every day in the Geneva laboratory, thanks also to the two cutting technologies of the SMRE machine, which allow CERN physicists and engineers to cut different materials where necessary. A great source of pride for SMRE, therefore, and further evidence of the quality and competitiveness of its models.