For as long as the company has been in business, Marcato has produced its products in Italy, using sustainable, health-conscious and environmentally aware manufacturing processes. Their products become designer objects in the kitchen due to their attention to every small detail.
The Marcato Atlas 150 is one of the very few products which can rightfully be described as innovative. Winner time and time again for ‘Best Overall Pasta Machine’ the Atlas 150 features no less than five internationally patented design features. The anodised aluminium rollers, for example, ensure the machine requires less flour to prevent dough from sticking.
This year, a limited-edition pasta maker, Otello, named after the company’s founder was launched. Modelled after the first Marcato pasta maker that was developed in the 1930s, it features an open-concept design which displays all the components.
Alongside the machines, we also carry speciality attachments, ravioli makers, ravioli stamps, cutting wheels and a pasta drying racks. With so so many choices of machines and accessories in a variety of colours and finishes, there's bound to be a Marcato pasta tool to suit your needs and style.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where are Marcato pasta machines made?
Since 1930, all Marcato products are entirely made in Campodarsego, Padua, Italy.
How many different types of pasta can be made with the Atlas 150?
The Atlas 150 allows you to make 3 types of pasta: lasagne with a maximum width of 150 mm, 6.5 mm Fettuccine and 1.5 mm Tagliolini.
What is the best way to clean the Atlas 150 pasta machine?
The outer surfaces may be cleaned easily with a damp cloth. Marcato has also developed special removable polymeric resin combs to thoroughly clean the cutting rollers; to remove the combs and clean them we recommend reading the instructions provided in the product’s manual or watching the video below at the time set to 4:44. Never wash any of the parts under running water or in the dishwasher.
What size ravioli is produced by the Ravioli Tablet?
The Tablet can produce 10 - 50x50mm square ravioli at a time each holding about 1 teaspoonful of filling.
Why won’t the two sheets of ravioli pasta stay sealed?
When filling the ravioli, the pasta sheet might have become too dry. Moisten the edges of the first pasta sheet around the filling with a brush, before applying the second sheet. Never dust with flour the sides of the pasta sheets that come in contact with each other.
What are the Ravioli Stamps made from?
The bodies of the stamps are made of chromed steel which ensures a clean cut through the pasta sheet. The spring-operated anodised aluminium ejection mechanism evenly presses the filling to obtain a perfect dome.
The copper-bronze colour is achieved by using a special PVD (Physical Vapor Deposition) treatment. This process hardens the surface, protects against corrosion and lends a beautiful finish.
The stamps’ ergonomic handles are made of solid mahogany wood and finished with a natural wax finish and laser engraving.