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3D printing and additive manufacturing will allow you to reach new levels of operational efficiency in your prototype production processes. And at the same time improve costs and manufacturing times.


With 3D printing


Operational efficiency increases

+ 42,21%


Production costs decrease

– 70,61%


Discover our 3D cases

In this section, you will learn how 3D printing and additive manufacturing are helping our customers to increase the operational efficiency of their manufacturing processes.  




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About Us

INTECH3D is the leading 3D Printing consultancy in the country. We support and guide the company in its digitalisation process, advising it on the choice of the best technological solutions in hardware, software and materials for 3D printing. We also prepare your premises and your employees, training them to ensure that the Migration Process is successful.

Our MISSION: to advise industry on the implementation of Additive Manufacturing technology.    

Satisfied Customers

“3D printing has allowed us to validate parts before passing them on to the Machining Centre and this has meant a great reduction in costs for our company, as well as innovating with new products. Now, we can test fit, at a much more economical price, and produce final part tooling with high-quality, additive manufacturing technology.”
Carlos Borderías – Oficina técnica / MARTISA COMPONENTS
“Having 3D printing equipment in our facilities gives us the possibility to validate designs quickly and even immediately, allowing us to finalise products in time and dedicate efforts to all projects equally. In addition, we have much more control over the design, to detect possible errors, thus eliminating the risk during the manufacturing of the final part.”
Justin Esturo- Responsable de Ingeniería / FONTINI
“3D printing technology has marked a before and after in OPENERS&CLOSERS, increasing efficiency and reducing costs when customising our products. Thanks to the capabilities offered by additive manufacturing, we can produce more than 80% of our tooling easily and with materials that are optimal and more economical for our production, such as nylon with fibreglass.”
Roger Andreu – Chief Technical Officer / OPENERS & CLOSERS
“3D printing allows us to manufacture some spare parts of our machinery in a very short time and to adapt them to find the most efficient solution. We manufacture the format stop changes and some machine parts that we used to mechanise. Today, thanks to ULTIMAKER’s equipment we have migrated some of the machinery tools and spare parts to 3D printing and we expect many more in the future.”
Francisco Reyes - Responsable de Ingeniería / PAUL HARTMANN
“We have managed to reduce the costs and delivery times of our tools. 3D printing has allowed us to manufacture dimensional checking, welding and assembly tools quickly and more economically than machining them, reducing the manufacturing of a component from 2 weeks to 2 days. The tolerances of the parts manufactured with ULTIMAKER are more than acceptable for our application. INTECH3D took care of everything: plant layout of the printer, installation and training for the technical department staff, as well as supply of material or resolution of technical queries.”
Jose Manuel - Director de Ingeniería de Desarrollo / SOLDAVIGIL
“After outsourcing the production of tooling to INTECH3D, we decided to integrate a 3D printer in our facilities. This technology has enabled us to reduce the costs and manufacturing times, especially of complex geometries, of positioning tools on the assembly line of railway structures. The fact of having an integrated team has allowed us to gain flexibility when it comes to manufacturing the tools and to be able to make several prototypes until the final tool is achieved.”
Jaume Casals - Director de oficina Técnica / REFISA
“The Formlabs printer has helped us to be able to launch projects that were previously impossible to realise due to their high cost. Resin sintering finishes are even better than we expected and, thanks to Formlabs’ wide range of materials, we can adapt to the customer’s final needs in terms of hardness, flexibility or finish.”
“The orthopedic industry is one of those that has benefited the most from 3D technology. The design of prostheses and orthoses has gone from being a slow and laborious process to taking on a new dimension with the introduction of 3D printing. Constant modifications and adaptations of models are now possible with this technology. Today, the Ultimaker 3 Extended allows us to easily create and adapt various models of orthoses and prostheses for the smallest patients. Thanks to the water-soluble PVA support material, complex geometries with bridges and cantilevers can be easily created. In addition, 3D orthopaedic parts are generally cheaper and quicker to produce than traditional plaster moulds. A complete revolution for this industry.”
Hugo - Gerente y ortopeda / ORTO MISSA
“3D printing technology has opened up a new field of opportunities that we had not contemplated before. Having an internalised Ultimarker team means that we can easily and intuitively produce concept prototypes and also design model variations. Thanks to the features and capabilities offered by this equipment, we can not only work with a wide range of materials but also produce final prototypes.”
Robert Falcó - Director de Electrónica / ZERO2INIFNITY
“Young minds love to let their imagination run wild, which is why 3D design has been introduced, especially thanks to Thinkercad software in the technology subject, so that the students themselves can propose and solve their own challenges and then materialise them with the 3D printer. It also allows us to support the students in their research work by being able to test their own inventions and finally come to their own conclusions about the feasibility of the project.”
Carles Buide - Departamento de Tecnología / INST. MÀRIUS TORRES
“The fact of having a 3D printer has changed the mentality of the teachers about the manufacture of objects and solutions for everyday life. From tools and spare parts for the school’s maintenance staff, parts for the lab, trophies and work for the students. The Ultimaker printer is very easy to use and whenever we have had any questions or issues INTECH3D has been there to help us.”
Maria Jesus Mayos - Departamento de Tecnología / INST. ALCARRÀS
“Now that robotics is part of the everyday educational curriculum, the 3D printer allows us to customise our own robotics models. First we analyse the different components of the robot, then they are designed in 3D with easy and intuitive software and then the customised robot parts and accessories are materialised thanks to the 3D printer.”
Ángel Murillo - Profesor Electrónica / COL•LEGI EPISCOPAL
Joyas Clavero
“We are delighted with the final finish of the parts made with the castable resin 3D printer. Compared to the traditional method of prototyping with rubber and silicone moulds, 3D printing significantly reduces the time to launch a new model and at an affordable cost.”
“3D printing technology has opened up a new field of opportunities that we had not considered before. Having internalised Ultimaker equipment means for us to be able to easily and intuitively manufacture real prototypes of tooling for dimensional control of parts. Thanks to the features and capabilities offered by this equipment, we can not only work with a wide range of materials but also produce functional prototypes.”
Roberto Gamazo, Director industrial / SILAM
“With 3D printing we develop components of a product on which we check the dimensions, i.e. we print the designed component at an early stage of the product and assess its functionality. For example, when creating a stabiliser plate that is attached to an ankle brace fabric, we first design and model a prototype in 3D printing, check the dimensions, its fit and its aesthetic integration into the assembly, and then manufacture the final part or modify it if necessary.”
Carlos Aliaga, R&D Project Manager / Orliman
3D printing allows us to make improvements in prototypes and test the adjustment of parts in an agile, fast and sustainable way in the projects we have under development, as in this case the SOMCARE solution, which consists of an assistive robot that helps dependent people to facilitate their daily lives. The part that we have achieved in this case acts as a guide to precisely position the robot on its loading base and ensure the correct loading process.”
Jordi Cabau Manau – CTO / Grupo Saltó
“3D printing and its multiple technologies have allowed us to innovate and offer a wider service to our customers. In our company, we have different equipment and technologies that bring us great benefits. For example, Ultimaker equipment allows us to work with a wide variety of materials. In addition, we have PrintCore CC 0.6 (Red) integrated in the same equipment, with which we can work with fibre-reinforced materials. We also have 3D scanning technology to reverse engineer, obtain drawings and use it in some processes during quality control.”
David Alanis, CEO & Co-Founder CIMEC3D / Mecanitzats Albosch SL
“3D printing has marked a turning point in our company. We have reduced costs by 85%, without having to outsource prototypes and with a much more cost-effective trial-and-error process. Of course, we have also greatly reduced the manufacturing times and, consequently, the time to market. Previously, prototypes could take up to two weeks, but now we can produce 3D parts in one night. Also important is that the Zortrax Inkspire printer allows us to work with different resins, some more basic and economical, which we use for testing, and others of the highest quality to manufacture the final parts.”
Andrea Navarro, CEO / Oh Oh Andrea
“The implementation of additive manufacturing in our company has benefited us in multiple aspects during the production process, but above all in the reduction of costs and times in the manufacture of prototypes, tooling and, above all, final parts. We have reduced costs by more than 95% in the manufacture of some parts, while maintaining the quality of the products.”
David del Cerro, delineante mecánico / CONTROLPACK
“The integration of 3D printing at Speed Service Reparation has allowed us to speed up the production and repair processes of parts, achieving more effective and economical results with excellent quality. In addition, thanks to the 3D scanner we have, we can make parts from scratch, scanning any part without the need to design it, and with great precision in every detail.”
Sergi San Juan, CEO y Fundador / Speed Service Reparation
“The integration of additive manufacturing in our facilities has brought us multiple benefits, which have increased efficiency and productivity in our manufacturing process. Firstly, we have saved costs when outsourcing components and also time, reducing the production time for each part from 3 weeks to around 12 hours. Furthermore, we no longer have any limits when it comes to manufacturing our parts and they do not need to be manufactured or supervised by our operators. In conclusion, 3D printing has improved our results, even those we did not expect.”
Agustí Solé, Gerente / Integrated Test Systems
“3D printing has allowed us to manufacture parts in our own facilities without having to buy them externally and in large quantities. This has meant a great improvement in terms of agility within our company, as well as the customisation we are always looking for to offer the best solutions to our customers.”
Mariano Gil – Departamento I + D / Grupo Pikolin


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