22 February 2024
07 February 2024
Contemporary fashion has undergone a radical transformation thanks to technological advances, and one of the most intriguing phenomena that has emerged is 3D printing applied to garment making. This technique not only redefines the boundaries of design, but also offers a unique perspective on creativity and sustainability in the fashion industry.
08 January 2024
Technological innovation is transforming the way we address challenges in the automotive industry. 3D printing has emerged as a revolutionary solution for the manufacture of spare parts, offering not only bespoke customisation, but also the key to drastically reducing the costs associated with mass warehousing.
06 November 2023
In this era where 3D printing is an undeniable protagonist, the fashion industry is undergoing transformation in all its aspects, and that includes not only the textile sector but also fashion accessories.
19 September 2023
The digitalized and connected industry, also called industry 4.0, is part of the fourth industrial revolution and involves a cultural and qualitative change of great proportions
31 August 2023
Ryoga Engineering offers its services of 3D printing, additive manufacturing from low to high volume, 3D designs and reverse engineering for companies of all sectors and sizes, for medical, consumer, electronic, automotive, aerospace applications, industrial, sports and much more.
26 July 2023
Artificial intelligence (AI) is, nowadays, on everyone’s lips. And obviously, on logistics world too. According to the McKinsey report ‘The promise and challenge of the age of artificial intelligence’, AI can help optimize delivery routes, improve fuel consumption efficiency, and reduce delivery times. And even more: thanks to AI, logistics companies will be able to take advantage of a huge amount of data that is normally underused, automate processes and perform predictive analysis to reduce unforeseen events.
26 October 2022
The project is co-led by the Consorci de la Zona Franca de Barcelona and the Fundació Leitat and is financially supported by the ERDF Funds through the INCYDE Foundation of the Spanish Chambers of Commerce.