The Tre Spade story is not your usual company story. Sure, in every industrial enterprise, stories of men and machines, the strength of inventions and the ability "to do" are all intertwined. But, for many reasons, that which encompasses the brand is something different. The three crossing swords ("Tre Spade"), in fact, appeared in 1894 on the body of one of the first Italian coffee grinders, born together with the espresso trend that in those years had been growing among the most chic tastes. The Founders of Tre Spade soon realized the capacity of the new motorised revolution, and since 1906, the Tre Spade family business has become a pioneer in the field of auto mechanics. From then on, year after year, tools were born for agricultural processing and forged steel components, representing one of the the family businesses souls. In addition to automotive experimentation, over the years followed continued innovation in the field of kitchen tools: first meat mincers, then tomato squeezers and then sausage fillers. Three families of product which still today attest to our attention to those working in the kitchen.