The many years of experience of highly qualified and specialised staff have made Omix the supplier of choice for companies looking for a serious and reliable partner.
TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding is an arc welding process using a non-consumable tungsten electrode protected by an inert gas, which can be performed with or without injecting metal.Watch the video ›
MIG welding is a continuous wire process in which the weld pool is protected by a covering gas flowing from the torch onto the part to be welded.Watch the video ›
Brushing metals is a very important step as it ensures the quality of the finished product. This operation is performed by means of special brushes or abrasive grits that remove any imperfections on the material.Watch the video ›
Omix performs all the metal processing phases, from production to assembly of the finished product.Watch the video ›
Robotic welding, carried out by programmable industrial robots, guarantees precision that is difficult to achieve with manual welding.Watch the video ›
Spot welding consists in generating welding points along the perimeter of pieces to be joined without creating continuous welds, but attaching multiple points at more or less regular distances. This method is used to join parts that don't require a hermetic joint.Watch the video ›
Always at the forefront when it comes to research and the use of new materials technologies on the market, Omix srl designs precise and optimised solutions to meet the practical needs of its internal production and its customers.
We have a large warehouse that allows us to quickly deliver a wide range of finished products.