FIDIA S.p.A., established in Turin since 1974, designs, manufactures and sells Numerical Controls and Milling Systems for the production of complex shapes mainly for the automotive, aerospace and energy sectors.
With three industrial sites in Italy, one Joint Venture in China and eight Subsidiaries overseas, the FIDIA Group employs approx. 333 people and reached 54,5 MEuro of turnover in 2014, and 28,8 MEuro in Half-Yearly 2015.
The Company is focused on high-quality products and customizable machines being, since its creation, among the world leaders in the field of Numerical Controls for machining of complex surfaces as well as in the one for High-Speed Five Axis Milling Centers.
Technological excellence, constant innovation, highly skilled human resources and international business presence are the key factors of the FIDIA success over more than 40 years of activity. Since the beginning Fidia has never abandoned its strong vocation for innovation in all its technologic fields: software, electronics and mechanics. In fact, the investments in research and development are never below 10% of its turnover. In the wide range of companies manufacturing machine tools, Fidia is one of the few that can provide all the on-board electronics and the process software. Up to now Fidia operates in two leading sectors, automotive and aerospace, and provides high quality and customisable machines and equipments that can fulfil the most sophisticated needs in precision and productivity. The considerable investment in an important subsidiaries' system, whose aim is to give the customers an effective and prompt after-sales service, allows to gain the confidence of a wide range of important customers both in aerospace and automotive sector.
Certified ISO9001 since 1996, FIDIA S.p.A. is constantly focused on improving the performances, quality and reliability of its products.
Role in the MMTech Project
WP1: Support to impact and economic assessment WP4: WP Leader – Management of machine tool cucustomisation WP5: Support to numerical models definition WP6: HSM strategies for γ-TiAl alloy, passive and active damping solutions, self-adaptive control development support. WP7: Support to demonstration activities