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17 September, 2021

The Board of Directors of ADDIMAT welcomed five new companies into the Spanish Association of Additive and 3D Manufacturing Technologies at its latest meeting. In its first year, 2015, ADDIMAT brought together 50 companies and, since then, membership has gone from strength to strength, standing at 99 on 21 July last.

The latest incorporations are:

BRONYMEC dedicated to the marketing and machining of advanced thermoplastics, composites and non-ferrous metals. Bronymec is equipped with additive manufacturing technology capable of supplying parts in PA12.

INDART 3D is a cooperative run by young entrepreneurs which is dedicated to the design, manufacture and sale of state-of-the-art 3D printers under the Tumaker brand.

NAITEC is technological centre specialising in automotive parts and mechatronics. In the additive manufacturing field, it focuses its developments on two main applications: biotechnology (developing biocompatible resins, stents, etc.) and 3D electronic printing (embedded electronics, developing materials with conductive properties, etc.)

POLIFLUOR manufactures and markets technical plastics for industrial use. It also offers design and 3D printing services for parts in various materials using multi-jet fusion technology.

ZIKNES is a technological startup specialising in metal additive manufacturing with laser technology and robotics, offering turnkey solutions including hardware and software for fast and flexible parts manufacturing.




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