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The touch joins the sight and technology in order to exalt the signs from nature.

The skin, an extraordinary scanner with thousands of sensors that decode and take information from the surface of the body to the brain, works for one of the most diversified senses of our body: the touch. This sense, allied to the inspector’s sight and the cutting-edge technology available in the processing market makes Amagran’s marble a product with excellence and quality to meet the highest demands of the consumer market.
The objective is to associate the most modern equipment to the ability of a handcrafter in the inspection of slabs through the human capability of detecting small imperfections that even the best machines are not able to.
The use of manual workforce happens during the whole extraction and production process. The inspectors slide their hands and check the stone carefully after each step in order to find small imperfections. Then, they draw a circle in the spot and the piece returns so that the flaw can be corrected.
“We use this methodology that prioritizes the touch and a more refined sight so we can have a strict quality control, searching for perfection in the finishing and constant improvement of our product”, says Marcelo Araujo, CEO of Amagran.
Another salomonic concern is to respect the characteristics of the material instead of treating them as a problem. “We interpret and value the shapes, features, color textures, and threads of the stone seeking to improve the beauty of nature without having to lose its identity. Under this conception, we created a signature: the Amagran Signature™, which summarizes the whole process of putting together the highest technology and the cares of a handcrafter that we have with our exotic line, always honoring the signs of nature in order to give our clients the best of the two worlds”, states Araujo.