New tools for the digital realm

The digitalization of industrial processes is measuring, analyzing and collecting information about all that happens in a plant. This information allows companies to know in real time the status of their processes, allowing to predict possible failures or deviations and help in decision making.

Materialight offers tailored solutions to incorporate material deposition processes into the digital workflow, enabling real-time process control and zero-defect strategies.

Materialight offers an alternative to traditional manufacturing processes where digital solutions react in real time, allowing a complete change in the workflow

Industrial sectors where Materialight solutions can be applied


Materialight develops new technologies of digital deposition of materials, based on the interaction of light and matter (‘light-enabled material deposition’).

Likewise, it acts as an integrator of existing technologies, in order to achieve a 100% digital manufacturing process, which integrates efficiently with the rest of the existing processes.

Materialight executes projects for the implementation of new, unique manufacturing lines, from conception to installation and maintenance, collaborating with its clients’ team.


High quality decorative digital printing

Development of special digital printing projects. Replacement of analog processes (flexo, offset) with high-productivity and high-quality digital printing systems (1200 DPI).

Development of ad-hoc software solutions based on the existing digital workflow.

Special deposition tools on 3D parts

Integration of digital printing tools for deposition of materials on complex geometry parts.

Robotization of digital printing tools, customized software development depending on the type of manipulators and duty cycle. Optimization of printing on difficult substrates.

Additive manufacturing

Implementation of additive manufacturing solutions based on ultraviolet light (SLA stereolithography) for special applications:

  • SLA Large format (greater than 1m3).
  • Printing of special materials for the biomedical sector
  • Use of special radiation sources (excimer light)


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