Saturno, a big size machine suitable for high-selling
cafés; Marte, characterised by futuristic lines, among the first
machines to have Infuso di Caffè Idrocompresso (Hydro-compressed Coffee
Infusion) written on the plexiglas;
Venere, a compact
size model, designed for small cafés and leisure clubs which were
increasingly widespread in post-war Italy; Urania, a machine
characterised by really “space” shapes and details and by a backlit
In 1961 Faema launches the E61, the first machine to use a volumetric pump to push the water onto the coffee cake at a pressure of 9 atmospheres needed to produce the espresso, a process that replaces the use of the lever.
Furthermore, the E61 optimises the pre-infusion principle: by wetting
the ground coffee for a few seconds before starting the delivery, you
achieve the maximum extraction of aromatic substances.
The E66 Diplomatic introduces many new features including 7 work
programs, 6 for dosed delivery and one for continuous delivery, "the
synthesis of past experiences and the latest technological
developments". Presented at the 1967 Milan Fair, the X5 is a machine
that, starting from the grinding of the coffee beans, is able to prepare
coffee in a completely automatic way.
In a short time, the company takes a leading role in both the Italian
market and in the Latin markets in general. Much of such a success is
due to the extraordinary commercial attitude that led the company to
invest boldly - by modality and entity - in sales and advertising.
The decision to sponsor a cycling team is particularly
appropriate and far-sighted and, in the late '60s and early' 70s, the
Faema brand can be seen on the shirts of champions like Merckx, Adorni,
Gaul and Van Looy.
In 1983, designed by Ettore Sottsass and Aldo Cibic, Faematronic is the first
traditional machine with electronic dosage and a display to control the
operating parameters. Disegnata da Ettore Sottsass e Aldo Cibic,
Faematronic è la prima macchina tradizionale con dosatura elettronica e
controllo dei parametri funzionali mediante display.
In 1991, Giugiaro's artistic talent creates E91, an innovative and elegant
product featuring the latest technology of the time, such as the
auto-diagnostic system. The E91 is still a great commercial success.
In 2000, The new X3 is launched - a new generation of
superautomatic machines characterised by the use of innovative materials
to further guarantee durability and hygiene and by technological
innovations such as, for example, the Smart Boiler, which optimises the
hot water and steam performance.
More and more new generation machines, both traditional and
superautomatic, are designed to facilitate ordinary and extraordinary
In 2008, Born from a new collaboration with Giugiaro, Emblema is
an innovative design machine, able to offer services, performance and
technology that only a flagship product can boast. Designed by
professionals for coffee professionals, it represents a turning point in
the coffee machine field.
In 2009, Faema launches Barcode, a compact superautomatic
machine which allows creating a richer menu in line with customer’s
contemporary needs also thanks to the use of instant beverages and, from
2012, of a special refrigerated unit equipped with a device for the
preparation and delivery of cold frothed milk.
In 2015, Faema celebrates its 70th anniversary with a new company payoff: EXPRESS YOUR ART.
EXPRESS YOUR ART illustrates the legendary brand and product, conjuring
up atmospheres replete with passion, art, tradition, quality and coffee
culture, stepping into the world of the barman.
The FAEMA coffee machine is the tool that allows you to set your passion for coffee in motion and enhance your artistic skills.
In 2016, We have met wonderful interpreters capable of allowing us to experience
unimaginable emotions. Music, painting, photography. But also
architecture, writing and cuisine. When interpreted with respect,
culture and passion, they can become art, and reach the highest peaks.
Since we are convinced that coffee too is an art, we have conceived,
designed and created the new
FAEMA E71. As the best interpreter of coffee artist.