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Last week our co-founder A. Javier Sanchez-Herencia presented the Colfeed4Print experience in the CaTaPull Madrid, the new acceleration program for science-technology-based start-ups of the Fundación Parque Científico de Madrid (FPCM).   The "Parque Científico de Madrid" Madrid Science Park is a non-profit foundation created in 2001 by the Autonomous University of...

  Our proposal about processing of Photo and Electroactive materials embedded in a thermoplastic matrix by 3D printing to manufacture of customized membranes has passed the first round of the REPSOL tenth call for proposals for its Entrepreneurs Fund, an accelerator program that supports startups that...

COLFEED4Print has a vocation for green business. We arise by applying sustainability policies in production, parameterizing the FILAMENT-Oss product manufacturing line, from raw material to packaging, in line with Industry 4.0. COLFEED4Print explores opportunities for carbonless, differentiated digital manufacturing technology in technology markets. COLFEED4Print offers a...

Last year was a challenge for companies, researchers and laboratories. As many others, the lockdowns and other pandemic restrictions dragged out our newly-born commercial strategy. But as many other technological companies, COLFEED4Print has made ‘the best out of this situation, improving  our quality standards and...

Although 2020 has been for everybody a strange and very difficult year, we are always going to remember this as the Year of the birth of COLFEED4Print. The company has been our enthusiasm during the bad time and we wish for the 2021 same excitement...

COLFEED4Print team has attended the II annual meeting of ADITIMAT online on 15th of December. COLFEED4Print participates in the R&D program as an associated company. In the meeting the last research advances in processing of filaments have been presented as well as our general view about...

  Composite materials show differential characteristics, since dispersed phases improve properties of the polymeric matrix and/or provide it with new functionalities, while the continuous phase provides versatility, increases the processing possibilities and supports to inorganic materials. Some examples are improvement of mechanical properties of carbon-fiber-reinforced polymers,...

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