Aitiip Technological Centre collaborate with EUPT BIKES team, who is participating in the international competition MotoStudent IV Electric.
Berta Gonzalvo of Aitiip, spoke of the challenges, barriers and opportunities of this technology in European industry.
A prototype developed by EUPTBikes team (Universidad de Zaragoza) has won the competition and several awards, in the contest celebrated in Motorland (Aragón, Spain).
This week it have presented the bionic arm that we have developed collaborating with an initiative of the Association of Amputee People or with Agenesias de Aragón (ADAMPI). This arm is developed for Alberto Garcia, a Zaragoza youngster 14 years old who was born with an agenesis (a congenital malformation).
Biopolymers with advanced functionalities for building and automotive parts processed through additive manufacturing
The ATIIP chair at the University of Zaragoza organizes the first edition of the International Forum on Composite Materials COMPOSIFORUM 2016
Zaragoza has been host to the Final Conference and Presentations of findings and results of this Project.
The KerAMik project aims to research and develop new ceramic materials (clay materials, frits, pigments, oxides, etc.) particles, and their combination with other materials (polymers, additives, etc.).
Development of injection and blow extrusion molded biodegradable and multifunctional packages by nanotechnology: improvement of structural and barrier properties, smart features and sustainability
During EMO Hannover 2017, KRAKEN supported the “International Conference on Additive Manufacturing” and presented the latest developments within the project.
Developing new ceramic materials particles and their combination with other materials for 3D printing processes can be complicated due to the non-plastic core of the material.
Berta Gonzalvo (R&D Director) and Guillermo Vicente (3D printing area responsible) have participated in CEPprint3D conference with a lecture named “Innovative materials: specific requirements and printing strategies”.
The BARBARA project aims to develop new bio-based materials with innovative functionalities through the incorporation of additives coming from bio-mass so that, by means of Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), - the most widely spread technology for 3D printing (or additive manufacturing) - prototypes with industrial applications can be obtained.
The SEAT Development Prototyping Center (CPD) hosted last March 23, 2017 the second Prototype Technology Meeting in SEAT.
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