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.
Berta Gonzalvo, Aitiip Research Director, participated yesterday in the Vanguard – Watify Meeting on 3D-Printing, celebrated in Brussels
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).
Aitiip takes part in Skills Strategy in Additive Manufacturing Project (SAM), a project that will tackle the current European need of developing an effective system to identify and anticipate the right skills for the Additive Manufacturing.
Traveling to the Madrid subway 100 years ago is already possible thanks to 3D printing. An agreement signed between Metro Madrid and Aitiip Technology Center has allowed to reconstruct the MR9 Cuatro Caminos car model at 1:14 scale.
Aitiip has just incorporated a new material to its industrial 3D printing workshop, the new Nylon 12CF. This thermoplastic, reinforced with 35% carbon fibre, has excellent structural properties, being the more stiff thermoplastic and one of the more resistant available for FDM technology.
In the frame of Delta Project, Corona de Aragon students attended at Aitiip facilities a workshop about 3D printing and new materials for drones.
After approval by the General Assembly of the association, Aitiip technology centre joins the Aragon Agricultural Machinery Cluster (CAMPAG).
With this integration Aitiip aims to consolidate its participation in the automotive sector by offering advanced technological services and R&D also for large vehicles such as those used in the agricultural sector (tractors, harvesters).
In this last quarter we are participating in different events of national and international impact that we want to share with you, since you are the core of our activity.
In the afternoon of November 29th, Ms María Teresa Gálvez Jaques, General Director for Research and Innovation of the Aragón Regional Government, has delivered to Aitiip Technology Centre the “Aragón Research” award within private entity category.
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 Kraken machine: an all-in-one machine for multi-material additive and subtractive manufacturing for big parts (20*6*3m) can do that.
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
On 25 September 2019 the KRAKEN project will organise its final conference at the AITIIP facilities in Zaragoza (Spain). Those attending the event will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the latest hybrid and Additive Manufacturing technology for big parts and the main achievements of the KRAKEN project.
During EMO Hannover 2017, KRAKEN supported the “International Conference on Additive Manufacturing” and presented the latest developments within the project.
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