Located in Sallanches, Haute-Savoie, Alcide Blondet Décolletage stands out as a pioneering company in the machining sector. With over 60 years of experience, it merges tradition with technology to provide cutting-edge machining solutions for industry professionals.
Central to Alcide Blondet Décolletage's expertise are the Wickmann cam-operated multispindle lathes. These machines, capable of machining parts from 8 mm to 48 mm in diameter, are ideally suited for large-scale production, ensuring precision to the hundredth. Some are equipped with digital slides and camshafts, integrating high-security features like diameter meters, full threading controllers, and tool breakage detectors.
While the trend leans towards all-digital technology, Alcide Blondet Décolletage firmly bets on cam technology, known for its technical capacity equivalent to digital but at much lower operating costs. This expertise relies on a machinery park exclusively composed of Wickmann lathes, ensuring efficient maintenance and minimized downtime.
The company also employs digital control lathes, which offer great flexibility. Ideal for medium runs, they can machine parts from 8 mm to 200 mm with unparalleled precision. Machines from Biglia and Mori are especially suited for crafting complex, high-value parts like those for the aerospace industry.
Quality is paramount at Alcide Blondet Décolletage. ISO 9001 V2015 certified, the company guarantees optimal quality for all its machined parts. Using the LXP software dedicated to turning, the company ensures rigorous monitoring. Every team member is trained and made aware of the significance of quality, making it a collective concern. The company has set its sights on obtaining the EN 9100 certification in 2024 and IATF 16949 in 2025.
In addition to its machining tools, Alcide Blondet Décolletage has internal finishing equipment to ensure flawless parts: washing machines, micro-blasting, sandblasting, sieving, and even a digital sharpener for tool preparation and optimization.