Our company was founded in 1973 by Danilo Fadel upon his return from Switzerland after 14 years working abroad with his wife Anna Maria Turra. They wanted to build something important for their family and began the business below their flat. Over the years, the company grew and, in 1976, moved from its small workshop to the larger premises it still occupies today.

The company currently has 9 members of staff, including employees and partners. We carry out precision machining under contract. We can supply small turned metal parts untreated or with any galvanised or heat treatment. We use automatic sliding headstock lathes which process drawn bars with IEMCA bar loaders. We have 50 lathes of different brands in the workshop: CNC Deco10 Tornos-Bechler, CNC Deco20 Tornos-Bechler, Bechler AR10, Strohm 125, Tornos R10 and Tornos M7. The materials we process are AISI 303, AVZ, AVP, OT 58, C10, aluminium, tellurium copper and other materials upon request from clients.

We can process any items from drawings, as long as they have a minimum diameter of 2 mm and a maximum of 15 mm and we are specialised in large series. Our products are of the highest quality and we respect delivery deadlines, satisfying our clients' requests. We have been in business for many years now and in 2010 we received an award for the top company in the province of Treviso from Unioncamera del Veneto.

45 years after Danilo Fadel first opened the doors of the company, our mission is still the same: to provide services and products of the highest standard, reflecting the tradition of excellence which Italy is renowned for. To maintain these standards, we are constantly evolving, sourcing only the best raw materials and investing in research into cutting-edge machinery as well as staff training.

Minuterie di Precisione has begun the process to obtain ISO 9001 certification, which guarantees the quality of the organisational method implemented by our company when manufacturing its products.

  • "We are what we do, always.
    Excellence is not an act but a habit."