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Tknika develops projects around additive manufacturing technologies and in this area, in a technological surveillance exercise, a group of teachers visited the FORMNEXT exhibition in Frankfurt that was held last November.

These technologies are associated with the manufacturing processes of the future: Digital, flexible, sustainable and for this reason, they are in full growth and expansion. Sectors as diverse as the aeronautical, medical-sanitary, dental, mechanical industry, consumer products-textile already use these technologies to optimize and make profitable their products and production processes.

The leading industry in the sector presented its novelties at the exhibition: The Addimat association, Addilan, Stratasys, HP, Formlabs, Markforged, 3DSystems, Carbon, Desktop Metal, Renishaw, Eos, Trumpf, DMG Mori, Creaform, Zeiss, Basf, Prusa and a long etc. , including developers of applied software for lattice-optimized structures and reverse engineering.