Research and development of ceramic and metallic powder material from recycled sources for the additive manufacturing sector.

The VIVALDI project promotes recovery processes for ceramic and metallic material waste through the generation of powder, to be used in additive manufacturing and other value-added applications, such as laser cladding or the development of light alloys.

Eurecat participates in VIVALDI through different Technological Units:

The VIVALDI consortium is made up of the SMEs BCN3D, Grupal Art, BCIRCULAR, TMCOMAS, COLFEED and SAMYLABS, with the collaboration of technology centres and research groups specialised in each of the stages of the process: Eurecat, ICV-CSIC, CSIC-CENIM and CIM UPC.


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VIVALDI – Recovery of ceramic and metallic waste by generating powder for additive manufacturing and other high value-added applications

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Programme and call for tender

Project funded by CDTI’s Misiones 2021 programme with the support from the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation