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Additive Manufacturing  3D printing

Additive Manufacturing or 3D printing, is a manufacturing method that allows the production of three dimensional objects using different materials from a digital model; keeping the exact same shape and geometry.
The growing need to manufacture industry prototypes, final parts, realistic models, architectural models gave life to the idea of Made in Box, and, ultimately can be used to create anything you can imagine.
We provide technical advice in the manufacture of specific and / or experimental parts. We are specialists in the creation of customized parts and short runs.
We adapt ourselves to your production volume, from hundreds to thousands of parts.

A simple process

First you tell us your idea, then we transform it into a digital 3D design and finally we materialize it as a prototype for validation.

Basic tools

Optimization of manufacturing processes and costs.

Assembly lines

Reliability and precision, with maximum lightness.

And much more…

Manufacture of parts for industrial use, functional prototypes, …

Main materials

We can advise you in the choice of the most efficient materials, depending on the project, among a wide variety of thermoplastics:
fireproof, with high mechanical, semi-elastic, etc.

 Engineering  3D Printing

3D printing is crucial for short-series production. This technology shortens manufacture times and material consumption without generating manufacturing tools, only profitable in large productions.
Thanks to additive manufacturing, it is possible to analyze and experiment with functional parts at a lower cost before making a series production. This allows the exploration of new designs and the option to put them to practical use, an unaccomplishable feat with traditional methods.

Automotive  3D Printing

Nowadays, vehicle manufacturing companies and their own suppliers are seeing the benefits that the benefits that are being generated for the sector.
Shortening deadlines, production times and material consumption in the manufacture of prototypes is undoubtedly a clear advantage; in addition to being very efficient in short-run production of specific extras for high-end vehicles.
Currently they are used in different phases of manufacturing, from assembly process tools to functional parts of vehicle interiors.

Aeronautics  3D Printing

Due to the rapid introduction of 3D printing, the world of Aeronautics now has the possibility to manufacture semi-hollow parts to reduce weight on their aircraft. Now it is possible to work and experiment with functional parts, something unthinkable with traditional manufacturing systems.
Another strong point for aeronautics is short-run manufacture. This technology allows for the shortening of deadlines, production time and material consumption, without generating manufacturing molds, something only profitable with long-run manufacture.

Architecture  3D Printing

Model making is undoubtedly the greatest strength of 3D printing within this field, due to shorter deadlines and material consumption when compared to traditional layout scales; improving both dimensions and details.
Within sustainable architecture, the printing of realistic and concept models with biodegradable and recyclable materials is taking an important role.
Another important factor to be considered is the manufacture of previous models to study the volumes, making the design process much easier.

Contact  3D Printing