Years of experience and high quality of treatment rank us among the leaders in the manufacture of technological pottery and industrial components made of acrylic glass, as well as equipment for exhibitions and living spaces.
Industrial containers, machine construction products, laboratory instruments, safety and protection components for technological processes in industry, etc.
Stands for promotional materials, supports, boxes, racks, pendants, instruments for window-dressing, etc. / fixtures for shops, hotels, restaurants and tourist, exhibition and other promotional spaces and events
Interior fixtures and fittings for home and office (tables, shelving, partition walls, screens), commercial equipment.
Production design elements for TV, theatre, public events, speakers’ platforms, etc.
One-off products for various purposes (prototypes, placards, decorative items, etc.).
Acrylic glass – PMMA, or poly(methyl methacrylate), popularly known as Plexiglass – is our basic material and the one most commonly used in our manufacturing activities. We have mastered the arts of cutting, bending, heat-treating, 3D-milling and sticking Plexiglass. After rough treatment has been completed, the Plexiglass is polished to a brilliant shine.
We use high-quality materials from well-established global manufacturers.
Do you have an idea for a one-off acrylic product that still awaits production? No problem – let us work on a solution together. The Pečenko company is a flexible and reliable partner for the transfer of an idea from drawing board to development prototype. We know how to listen to what you want, keep to the deadlines agreed and can offer attractive prices. We can help you in the design and planning, as well as in the selection of material. Our state-of-the art workshop can turn out anything you can possibly think of.
The company began life back in 1970, when Tomaž Pečenko started to work in metal from his house on Trubarjeva in Ljubljana. Like every beginning, it had its problems. However, Tomaž Pečenko was not short of optimism, a love of work and a raft of new ideas, which enabled him, a year later, to expand the business towards the production of acrylic glass (Plexiglass) products and to move his workshop to new rented premises on Tomažičeva, in the Vič area of the city. In 1974 he moved to his current location at Gerbičeva 50.
He has continued to add to his technological equipment throughout this time, giving him the opportunity to produce a variety of Plexiglass products. His strong desire for excellence in design and technology has led to collaboration with famous names in the areas of architecture and industrial design, with institutes and universities, hi-tech manufacturing, boatbuilding and aircraft companies, and with commercial, advertising and other organisations.
The technological developments of the 1960s saw the arrival of simple cutting, bending and adhesion operations on home-made machines and apparatuses. The technology of Plexiglass manufacture was a new thing for Slovenia, which gave Pečenko the chance to exercise his own powers of invention.
The purchase of a heater for the heat-treatment of Plexiglass at the beginning of the 1970s started a special chapter in the development of the company, allowing heat treatment across the entire Plexiglass surface.
Over the last 20 years, alongside the development of new production techniques, from basic cutting, polishing, local bending, adhesion, planing, milling, heat treatment and, not least, laser milling, laser cutting and engraving, new technological equipment has also been added; today it is at an enviable level and one that keeps pace with the competition.
The overall development of processing technology for acrylic glass is marked by high levels of innovation and the ability to master the seemingly insoluble problems that accompany production.
1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
T: +386 1 281 11 47
M: 041 688 364
Reception of customers:
Monday – Thursday: 7.00 am - 3.00 pm
Friday: 7.00 am - 12.00 pm
Registration number: 1622455
Tax ID no.: SI15707890
Bank account: IBAN SI56 0201 8009 0356 238 (at NLB d.d.)