Weights and scales

Precision is the essence.
How do we determine the amount of hair needed to form a brush head?
The ability to measure the amount of hair is a skill acquired over time and cannot be improvised.
In order to perfectly meet our strict requirements, each head must have a defined texture and density according to its specific use.

Each tuft is formed after the hair have been carefully weighed and divided into small homogeneous quantities, conforming to rules and measurements that belong to our well-kept secrets.

A curiosity: the "dose"of hair needed to build the tuft can be so light that needs to be weighed in milligrams.
We use digital scales to accurately weigh the hair, but in the past we used goldsmith or pharmaceutical scales.

Continue on discovering the creating process of the Borciani Bonazzi brushes.

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