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Kraken at the 8th edition of the International Precision Assembly Seminar, in France

On Monday 15th, Kraken project was presented at the 8th edition of the International , in France by Francesco Crivelli, CSEM R&D Engineer. This event focused on topics such as Industry 4.0, precision assembly, robotics and a specific target on informatics and digital technologies for precision assembly. http://www.ipas-seminar.com The paper presents the preliminary steps toward [...]


KRAKEN Project presented first results at the International Conference on Additive Manufacturing

Hannover, 21 September 2017 – During EMO Hannover 2017, KRAKEN supported the “International Conference on Additive Manufacturing” and presented the latest developments within the project on hybrid material additive manufacturing and the CAM system. EMO is the world's premier trade fair exhibiting the entire bandwidth of modern-day metalworking technology. This year, EMO took place in [...]


Kraken will participate in International Conference on Additive Manufacturing (EMO Hannover 2017)

Discussing innovative solutions to speed up industrial deployment The additive manufacturing (AM) industry is thriving, with end-users from a growing group of sectors that become more and more interested in the capabilities of AM technologies. The range of applications is expanding, and key developments in the segments of materials supply, machine development, software [...]


Megarob, previous development of Kraken, was finalist in the prize “Best research program for Industry 4.0”

Advanced Factories is an international fair on innovation in machine tools, industrial automation and Industry 4.0, which brings together more than 8,000 professionals from 25 countries interested in optimizing production systems and machinery to develop the factories of the future. It was in the framework of the celebration of the Advanced Factories fair, which [...]


A European consortium will create the biggest and most accurate additive and subtractive manufacturing machine

The KRAKEN project, co-funded under the H2020 programme, is going to integrate various key technologies, such as 3D printing, robotics, 7DoF real time control, complex monitoring and advanced control algorithms, supported by an innovative CAM software, in one machine. This will make Kraken the largest 3D printer and subtractive system in the world, both for [...]