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Carlos, autor en Andaltec
Andaltec es un centro tecnológico especializado en sistemas de iluminación para automoción, plásticos en contacto con alimentos, prototipado y materiales.
plastic, lighting, automotive, car, packaging, food, test, migration, enac, prototype, engineering, headlamp, projector, rear, lamp, material, polymer, painting, coating, 3d, printing, simulation, optic, robot, training, cad, project, technological centre, innovation, martos, andalusia, r d, led
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The Technological Centre for Plastics (Andaltec), together with the University of Córdoba, has successfully developed an innovative air-conditioning system from solar energy. Furthermore, the prestigious scientific magazine Applied Thermal Engineering has just published an article about this project’s results. The conclusions obtained by the researchers prove that the use of...

Companies from nine countries in South and Central America have shown great interest in hiring Andaltec’s R&D services along the first nine months of the year. More than fifty companies and research entities form Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Venezuela, Honduras and Panama have requested for information about...

 The headquarters of the Technological Centre for Plastics (Andaltec) in Martos (Spain) have hosted the initial meeting for the international project COMP0LIVE, which intends to develop a new generation of biocomposites based on olive fibers. This scheme, coordinated by Andaltec, is funded by the European Agency of Small and...

This Project, launched by the Technological Centre for Plastics, allows for an improvement in the activity of the encapsulated active substances, employing a quicker, more efficient and economical process Researchers from the Technological Centre for Plastics (Andaltec) have developed a new encapsulation method for active compounds by means of microwave radiation....

Miguel Ángel Jiménez  Head of Prototyping Area for Andaltec This article is intended to elaborate on the most employed techniques to transform the light produced by a certain lighting source (a bulb filament, or LED light) into a surface continuously and uniformly lit, with no other intermediate...

Andaltec is part of the R&D Project “Finaiconst”, fostered by the Andalusian Regional Government to develop new advanced materials for industrial and building purposes, introducing natural fibers from esparto and hemp. The aim of this research is to exploit agricultural processing waste materials for the...