PremiumISQ will invest more than one million euros in additive manufacturing (3D)

Pedro Matias, president of the company, announces that an Additive Manufacturing Laboratory will be created, which will be unique in Portugal.

ISQ - Welding and Quality Institute will invest more than one million euros in the area of ​​additive manufacturing (3D printing), “and we hope to invest more in the future”, predicts Pedro Matias, the company's president, speaking to Jornal Económico. “Fortunately, there has been a strategic vision on the part of the Government and, in particular, the Ministry of Economy and Digital Transition, the Ministry of Planning and the Ministry of Science and Technology in this area and several public policy programs, promoted for example by IAPMEI and by the Innovation Agency and financed by the structural funds of Portugal 2020, are participating in some initiatives. It is very important that Portugal looks at the next cycle of community funds carefully and puts the emphasis on digital ”, defends the president of ISQ.

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