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Q&A: Michele Tonizzo co-founder of Moi Composites

Written by Paul

September 20, 2018

Moi Composites , an Italian 3D printing hub, has developed and patented technology, known as Continuous Fiber Manufacturing (CFM), to additively manufacture high-performance thermosetting composites. CFM uses Atropos, a custom 6-axis robotic arm from KUKA , with digital fabrication technology, including Autodesk Netfabb software to create parts with extreme mechanical performances specified for commercial, civilian and military applications. In 2014, Professor Marinella Levi, Materials Engineer at the Polytechnic University of Milan (Politecnico di Milano), established the collaborative 3D printing laboratory +LAB after working with the technology for over a year. Seeking colleagues to aid in a multidisciplinary approach to 3D printing, Levi partnered with Design Engineer Gabriele Natale, and Architect Michele Tonizzo to form Moi Composites in 2018. 3D Printing Industry caught up with Tonizzo, Co-Founder of Moi Composites to learn more about this new venture and its proprietary technology. Michele Tonizzo, Architect, Researcher at the +LAB, and Co-Founder […]

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