Production Process

  • Project Analysis (AutoCad).
  • Planning and advice of materials according to their physical and mechanical characteristics.
  • Measurements and preparation in place of the project.



  • Block sawing in slabs of various thicknesses, sawn in laminated mills.


Cutting of the sawed slabs according to the project dimensions

CNC technology Cut

We use CNC technology for our work, including CNC waterjet machinery.


  • Increased machine productivity;
  • Decreased total production time;
  • Flexibility;
  • Performing a greater number of operations than conventional systems, just change programs to make the machine manufacture another product;
  • Precision;
  • Allow to perform various operations with the same fixture of the part, minimizing repositioning errors;

Stone Finishes

Surface Finishing

We make several types of surface finishing. These finishes have several functions. The finishes can be applied aesthetically or functionally, in which case it may have specific functions such as anti-skidding or others. The choice of finish depends on the project.


In this type of finishing the slab is sawn in the mills and is washed to remove traces of dirt accumulated during the sawing process. The stone is then cut to the stablished dimensions. The “sawn” has a rough surface. It is widely used for the outdoors.

Polished (Shine)

The polished finish is made with a polisher machine. The stone is shiny on its surface and completely smooth. Enhances the color and the grain of the natural stone. The polished finish gives an easy washing of the stone when it is waterproofed with resin. Mostly used on floors, kitchen countertops/sinks and bathroom. It is also used on interior stairs and fireplaces.

Honed (Soften)

The softened finish is like the polished finish, it is also smooth in surface but dull. Gives a matt finish.


In this type of finishing are applied jets of fire that bounce some particles through the action of heat. The flaming finish gives to the stone a look with relief variations. Not all materials are suitable for the flaming finish. This finish makes the surfaces non-slip and is widely used on exterior stairs.


It’s a finish suitable for exterior coverings and floors. This finish makes the surfaces non-slip. It is the toughest finish and can be applied to any material depending on the intensity applied to the buffing plates used in the process. It is the thickest kind of roughness.


In the sanded finish a high-pressure sandblast is directed towards the stone face until the stone has a rough surface. The sand has a slightly rougher texture than the sawed and is less rough than the bushed, is a thinner rough.

Brushed (Rustic)

This type of finish has a non-slip surface. It has a rustic look and is suitable for smooth surfaces. It is semi-rough but softer than the sandblasted finish. Rotating abrasive mechanical brushes are applied. The brushed finish is often applied to floors and walls.


The scratched finishing is done with a specific cutter inserted in the cutting machine or with a manual machine with cutters. The look of the finish is exactly like the name because the stone looks scratched. This finish is widely used in facades and walls.


In the chiseled finish, a metal tool is used for broken the stone irregularly. It’s an entirely manual process and widely used for exterior walls and walls giving a rustic finish.

Side finishes

This type of finishing works the side of the stone, shaping the edge of the material according to the intended application.

Learn more about each type of surface finish, visit us and request a sample!

Stone treatment

We apply products that waterproof the stone by preventing the stone from staining and absorbing grease and other products that may damage the stone. Through the application, cleaning and removal become quite easy. This treatment can be applied to kitchen/bathroom countertops, sinks or flooring.
In an untreated stone, when removing certain types of products, such as oils, the stone will be stained, a natural stone without waterproofing can absorb such products.
Contact us for the best advice!

Packing and Delivery

Finished product packaging in boxes and pallets
Transport of the material
Material Delivery


Monitoring of the material assembly process and assessment of needs and provisions