During the 1980s collaboration began with the most important research centres, physics centres, and aerospace industry.
C.S.C. designed and built the “Fast Shutter” in aeronautic titanium for experimental nuclear fusion reactors known as JET (Joint European Torus). For the same project, the company built thermal shields for the support structure of the toroidal vacuum chamber.
With the availability of the new “clean room” and the know-how acquired in the aerospace sector, C.S.C. then constructed for Nasa, thanks to a contract with SNIA, two control units for the loading of fuel onto geostationary satellites and some components for the Space Tethered.
During these years the company also entered into collaboration with Riva Calzoni in Milan for the construction of hydraulic components for vertical pump bodies and water jets for propelling boats and ships.