Project name is CIRC-PACK and it is coordinated by Fundación CIRCE. #CIRCPACK project aims at more #sustainable, efficient, competitive, less fossil fuel dependence, integrated and interconnected #plastic #packaging value chain.
The project aims to develop new polymer materials based on polyamide 6 (PA6) with controlled thermal and electrical properties, as well as develop and adapt technological innovations and relevant modifications appropriate to its manufacturing process (extrusion-compounding).
Fully controlled RTM tooling and high deposition rate ALM technologies for cost-effective and sustainable manufacturing of hybrid laminar wing demonstrator.
HiEfBE project objective is the development of new advanced bearings with high efficiency that are able to work in extreme conditions of temperature (-45 ° C to 180 ° C).
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.
The Basque city of San Sebastian has hosted the opening meeting for the European project ECOXY “Bio-based recyclable, reshapable and repairable (3R) fibre-reinforced EpOXY composites for automotive and construction sectors.”
The project aims to develop a family of flexible conduits for the conduction of gases in cars under extreme working conditions through a continuous injection process and from previously developing new advanced elastomeric thermoplastics using nanoadditives and foaming through supercritical fluids.
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.
The main objective of this project is the development of an organ preservation system for transplantation capable of maintaining the organ in functional conditions during the preservation process.
On July 5th, 40 people from around Spain took part in a seminar and two field visits to witness firsthand how the 100% biodegradable agricultural film fared in an environment exposed to the elements.