TTE Increasing excellence in every processing phase. Tte always supports the client when choosing the right product at the best price


A new spacious, bright, high-impact plant: the emblem of efficiency. “We’ve been in this building for only six months. The move here means a change of image for our company, founded in 1972 by my parents and renewed in 2015 as a start-up after acquisition of the original tools, in order to be ready for the new challenges of the millennium, ensuring maximum productivity”. It’s with these words that Cristiano Zecchini begins our interview. Together with his sister Sara, he manages Tte – Technical Tools and Equipment of Valmadrera (Lecco), a leading company in the distribution and manufacture of cutters, micro-cutters, points and micro-points. Notable in this new context is the 4.0 automated warehouse, with over 42,000 references available for quick delivery, thanks to precise and rigorous dispatching. “We’re used to analysing the client’s objectives, building a strategy together. We start with the analysis of critical areas, working through the planning and up to the production, after various tests and checks, of the best tool for carrying out a given process. We also stand out for our respect of delivery times, precision and repeatability of processes”. And the clients – from aerospace to the medical sector, from the automotive industry to dies and to oil & gas – have understood that at Tte one doesn’t buy just a product but also tested solutions to improve the efficiency of production processes. “Now our turnover is 80% Italian and 20% foreign, but we’re aiming for 35% exports. At the next Emo we’ll be presenting the new 2022 catalogue”, underlines Zecchini. For the design work we’ve adopted Fem software, while the technical advisory service, with experts intervening both at the client’s premises and online, is highly appreciated. “Our technology at the basis of development of new cutters is evolving rapidly, and even in the future it will always be able to satisfy clients’ evolving needs and adapt to new working materials”, concludes Zecchini.