CECOMP has an in-house metrology department in each plant, capable of independently measuring, approving and certifying from the individual part to the complete vehicle, meeting the required technical/functional specifications.

The metrology departments support all project phases, both with dimensional measurements (in 3D) of products and equipment, and with 3D scanning (photogrammetry) of models/parts/sub-assemblies/vehicles for “reverse engineering” of them.

In the case of dimensional measurements, the machines are connected with the technical department and, using appropriate software, an automatic comparison is made between the actual geometry of the part and the theoretical geometry of the corresponding CAD model.

In the case of three-dimensional scanning, the point cloud detected on the part is transferred to the technical office to be transformed into CAS or CAD models.

Vehicle assembly

Over the years, CECOMP has developed a complete capacity for the definition, realisation and approval/certification of complete vehicles, both in the form of forklifts/prototypes and as one-offs, fully functional and meeting the required technical/functional specifications.

The synergies and ease of collaboration between the various internal departments make all processes (parts production/supply, acceptance and final assembly) extremely effective (quality) and efficient (time, costs).

Where required, final assembly is handled in restricted areas, with controlled access and layout/equipment adaptable to specific project needs.

CECOMP is constantly renewing its assembly areas: it is currently implementing Microlino’s assembly/validation lines according to the dictates of Industry 4.0.


Through its workshops equipped with around 40 presses (hydraulic and mechanical up to 2,000 t), CECOMP is able to manage:

Verification and set-up of moulds.

Mass production of stamped parts in sheet metal (steel, HSS and aluminium), on low and high volumes.

Furthermore, thanks to the synergy with the 2D and 3D laser cutting departments, CECOMP is able to supply fully manufactured parts ready to be assembled on the production line.

CECOMP autonomously manages the entire process: from the cycle study to the design of the tooling, from the construction and set-up of the tooling to the just-in-time supply of parts or sub-assemblies to the Customer’s plant.

Laser cutting

CECOMP combines traditional cutting of blanks or sheet metal parts with the flexibility of laser cutting. Both the cutting of segments/blanks and the cutting of deep-drawn blanks is done with eleven Prima Power high-speed and ultra-high-speed systems. The equipment used is of the latest generation and the personnel employed is highly specialised and constantly trained in programming and operation. This makes it possible to handle all prototype, pre-production and low volume production needs, optimising tooling times and related investments.

Additive Manufacturing

The CECOMP group also has an in-house additive manufacturing division that deals with design, prototype development as well as additive manufacturing using the most modern and innovative 3D printing technologies available, followed by a finishing phase that can be carried out to make functional or aesthetic improvements and includes multiple processes such as polishing or sandblasting.

Our team of technicians has gained extensive experience in the 3D printing sector thanks to our in-house facilities, and is able to quickly and qualitatively satisfy any type of request from customers, both automotive and other sectors.


Seltap, a company of the CECOMP group, is dedicated to upholstery with specific equipment and a team of experts who have a ‘pro-active’ role with the customer, thanks to their many years of experience, and are able to satisfy every kind of request in terms of materials (i.e. leather, fabric, foam, wood), type of workmanship and surface treatment.

The plant is equipped for the complete handling of interiors, from individual parts (i.e. steering wheel, dashboard, seats) to complete compartments, for one-off production, batch or small series.

Manual hammering

One of the peculiarities of CECOMP’s operational areas, which is now rare at international level, is the team of craftsmen specialised in manual sheet metal forming, equipped with all the necessary tools and installations and in complete synergy with the other departments (milling machines, technical office, laser cutting, etc.).

This makes it possible to produce, very quickly and with minimal investment, metal parts (steel, aluminium) with characteristics similar to those of production, which are extremely useful in the development projects of new vehicle models, in the production of one-offs and in the restoration of historic vehicles.


Surface preparation and painting are managed in two independent stations, each with two cabins (one for preparation and the other for painting). From these, with appropriate access management, you can reach the drying cabin and the colour preparation centre.

Every type of operation can be carried out here, from painting the complete model (interior and exterior) to treating subassemblies or individual parts, using all types of products and materials.

CECOMP specialists can support designers in defining colours, products and materials to achieve the project’s objectives.

Small-scale samples can also be produced for realistic evaluations.

Milling department

The milling department has a total of 20 CNC milling centres (3 and 5 axes, including high-speed) operating in two different areas, one for machining metals (cast iron, steel, aluminium) and the other for machining resins.

The software used for these machining centres is TEBIS, which is currently state-of-the-art in the sector thanks to the possibility of being able to analyse entire production processes on screen and optimise them well before entering the workshop, and to the close interaction between CAM and CAD.

The skills of the operators, the specialisation of some of the machining centres and the strong integration with the other departments of the company (technical department and metrology, in particular) allow them to operate with high efficiency and quality.

Starting from CAM data, through appropriate operational procedures and in accordance with the specific objectives of the project, it is possible to generate any type of volume (even of large size and high complexity), revise it and validate it.


A large area of the production departments is dedicated to the machining of “confidential” elements, with several rooms reserved for the development of style models, prototypes and one-offs. Each room has independent and controlled access and is equipped with its own office with workstations and peripherals for use by the dedicated project team and the Customer.

CECOMP has an in-house department with dedicated modelling equipment and a team of experts capable of satisfying any type of request in terms of material: from clay to polyurethane and epoxy resins.

The department is equipped for the complete management of car interiors and exteriors and not only, from individual parts (steering wheel, dashboard, seats, etc.) to entire compartments, for individual vehicles, batches or small series, and there are technical experts capable of modelling the materials typically used for making models.