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Marco Morini graduated from Politecnico di Torino (Italy) in 1977 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

From 1977 to 2003 he first held the position of Technical Director and then General Manager in an industrial group specialized in the development and production of both plastic and metal technical components for leading Italian and European automotive manufacturers and the largest IT company in Italy

Since 2004 he has been focusing in offering his consulting services for the development of new mechanical components, starting from their design until their production.
His fields of expertise are:
Means of transportation (cars, motor vehicles)
Gardening machines
Electromechanical products for civil use
Professional power tools
Medical industry

He particularly focused on gears, those ones mainly made of thermoplastic resins and of steel, as well.
In order to effectively address the design of plastic gears, which can still transmit relatively high powers, he has developed a set of original programs for calculating involute toothing.
Thanks to a continuous theoretical and experimental testing activity of these programs, he could carry out gear designs for very heavy applications, such as inside the combustion engines for the operation of oil and water pumps, and balancing shafts.