Marcato Ampia 150 mm Classic home-made pasta machine

Marcato Ampia 150 mm Classic home-made pasta machine

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Marcato Ampia 150 mm Classic  is the first model in the company's entire history; it is included in the Marcato Design line for its history and the importance that it represents, and is available in the traditional chrome colour.

Ampia 150 Cromo makes 3 types of pasta: lasagne, fettuccine (6mm) and tagliolini (1.5 mm). This pasta machine, with its compact structure, does not come with any additional accessories but it does allow you to make fresh, wholesome pasta with your own hands, and to re-discover traditional values.

Using its 10-position regulating knob you can also select the required thickness: from 4.8 mm, in position num. 0, to 0.6 mm, in position num. 9.

The anodised aluminium alloy rollers are fully designed not to release metals onto the dough, while the structure of the machine is made with chrome-plated steel for a long-lasting service life.

Marcato Ampia 150 mm Classic  comes with a sturdy clamp to attach the machine to the table, and a practical handle with metal grip.
If you wish to speed up the process, this machine is equipped with an intuitive bayonet fitting so that you can attach a Pastadrive motor to it.

Marcato is passionate about studying every detail of its products, which are manufactured entirely in Italy, representing“Made in Italy” at its best.

The compact shape of Marcato Ampia 150 mm Classic exudes solidity and sturdiness, the perfect expression of the company philosophy; the simple and minimal lines of this home-made pasta machine make it absolutely timeless.


1. Do not use in the dishwasher.
2. Do not clean with metal objects.
3. Clean with a toothpick or a small brush.

Measurements and Material
Product  Length/Width/Heigth  Weight
Marcato Ampia 150 mm Classic   7.87 x 7.87 x 5.12 x in   55.12 oz

Chrome-plated steel - rollers: anodised aluminium alloy.


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