Colfeed4Print is a company founded as a technological spin-off of the Colloidal Processing group of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC), which has worked to grow in excellence since its beginnings with the aim of transferring the research group’s knowledge to the company improving our products quality.
Our mission is to provide innovative products for printing technologies that focus on bone and tissue regeneration, energy and catalytic systems and decoration sectors. We aim to solve the demand of advanced materials for new processing challenges, while promoting a circular economy, free of waste and environmentally neutral.
We don’t just sell standard filaments; we manufacture multi-component filaments that enable researchers and companies working in manufacturing all over the world to meet the new industry 4.0 challenges. We are experts in adapting the product to each application in order to meet the expectations of our customers and achieve the best of results.
Dedication to ensuring that our expertise and products become a global benchmark in additive manufacturing processes.
By exercising the highest level of integrity with our most valuable asset, our highly qualified and experienced staff.
In constant evolution and development to be able to offer each of our clients the leading products in each discipline.
With our customers in order to provide a custom orientation to solve the needs they require and develop logistic solutions.
Strong ecofriendly and environmental values that provide us a tool to growth as a company based on circular economy.
The scientific-technical nature of the activity that characterizes COLFEED4Print, requires of highly qualified personnel, graduates with specialization in university master’s degrees and / or ad hoc doctorates to the evaluation / exploitation of our products in different types of market. From COLFEED4Print we have always opted for a transparent, open and competitive hiring policy, without discrimination based on gender, disability or ethnic origin. As a technology-based company, we are fully aware of the need to encourage gender equality in the scientific-technical field, equalizing the possibilities of accessing positions of responsibility in different technological, technical, financial and commercial disciplines.
COLFEED4Print is convinced that increasing the visibility of women in Science and Business is basic to create excellence. Dr. Begoña Ferrari Fernández (Director of Operations and Scientific leader of the research group Tailoring through Colloidal Processing of the Institute of Ceramics and Glass, CSIC) and Dr. Ana Ferrández-Montero (Head of Development FILAMENT-Oss) are founders and leading members with a strong presence across multiple platforms to support the visibility of women scientists and / or entrepreneurs such as Women in 3D Printing and International Society of female professionals (ISFP). Both members promotes equality lecturing invited as given by Dr. Ferrari at the last workshop Women of Distinction in Materials Science or requesting projects as Dr. Ferrández proposal to the National Prize For Woman in Science call organized by L’Oréal-UNESCO Young Talents.
Dr. Escribano holds a PhD in Chemistry from the Autonomous University of Madrid. Later he worked in the I+D team Kerionics S.L, a Spin off of CSIC linked to the ITQ-CSIC. He has got extensive experience in materials science, specialized in the processing and characterization of ceramic, metallic, composite and catalytic materials. In December 2019, he got a Master in Business and Administration from the EAE BS. From its foundation is the legal representative of the company.
Dr. Chirico holds a PhD in Materials Science an Engineering by the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid. She is the R&D manager in the COLFEED4Print work team. She has an extensive expertise in material science and hardmetal and high-performance material. She is specialized in powder metallurgy technology ranging from compositional and microstructural design to processing, as well as characterization and sintering of metal and composite components.
Esther Miguélez has a Higher Degree in Laboratory Analysis and Quality Control from IES Lope de Vega. She works in production and quality control at COLFEED4Print.
Tenured Scientist of CSIC at the Institute of Ceramic and Glass. Her research is focused on the colloidal chemistry and the surface modification of particles in liquid media applied to the sustainable manufacture of 3D pieces and coatings for biomaterials, energy storage and generation and ultrahigh temperature materials. She is the scientific responsible for the VIVALDI Project funded by CDTI-MISIONES call 2021.
Tenured Scientist of CSIC at the Institute of Ceramic and Glass. His research is focused on the processing of complex ceramic and metallic composite microstructures from suspensions, with a deep control of the physic and chemical interactions with the media and the use of organic processing additives. Is in charge of new developments for customer inquiries and demands.
She is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute of Ceramic and Glass. Her research is based on the development of new polymer/inorganic composite biomaterials for biodegradable prosthesis applications. She is specialized in Additive Manufacturing technologies, biomaterials processing, colloidal chemistry, drug delivery systems and in vitro characterization. She is the scientific responsible of the currently developing NEOTEC action funded by CDTI.
Assistant Professor at the Department of Inorganic Chemistry and Chemical Engineering of the University of Cordoba. His research is focused on the design and engineering of semiconductor materials with advanced energetic and structural functions. His know-how covers all processing steps, from synthesis towards the final application, with special attention in the colloidal stabilization and dispersion of nanoparticles in a liquid media.
Postdoctoral Research Scientist at The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He has an extensive experience in materials science and engineering, and is specialized in the processing of materials by colloidal techniques for energy applications, additive manufacturing of functional ceramics and electrochemical characterization.