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.
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).
Plastic is a valuable material that increase our quality of life. Plastic help us to increase vegetables shelf life, plastic contains liquids and medicines. Plastics in workers helmets keep them safe. Plastics in portable electronic devices let us access the Internet or communicate with family and friends on the go.
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.