Replace a broken or damaged part quickly and easily.
For over 4 years, the company "Phenix Retro Concept" and the "Alpines Auto Racing" workshop (specialized in restoring Alpines, Renault group cars) have been employing industrial processes like casting and resin molding, now integrated with additive manufacturing, to craft components for vintage vehicles through reverse engineering.
The company CamGau, situated in the port of Nice, has developed the E-Safran, an electric propulsion system tailored for "pointus" and other traditional Marseille boats. Numerous components, including the propeller, have been 3D-printed using Volumic 3D printers for this innovation.
3X engineering uses 3D printing to create tools for applying products and repairing pressurized leaks, as well as for prototyping objects for presentations at exhibitions and producing small batches of tools.
Nice Côte d'Azur Airport 3D prints components that are used in their daily operations, such as luggage diverters and radio supports for firefighting intervention vehicles.
Cerballiance Côte d’Azur laboratories have developed an interface for integrating automation within the laboratories.