Caracol was founded with the vision of pushing the limits of additive manufacturing in terms of scale, efficiency, and sustainability.
The company accomplished this by developing an integrated technological platform, including both hardware and software, to produce advanced large-scale components.
Through the integration of a patented extrusion head, the development of a dedicated software, and the use of robotic arms as movement support, Caracol offers an additive manufacturing technology for advanced components for customers in industries such as aerospace, marine, energy, design, and architecture. For example, the company manufactures jigs and molds for the production of aircraft components for large international groups, finished parts for yacht and boat superstructures for leading companies in the marine industry, and also revolutionary projects to initiate virtuous circular economy processes in sectors such as energy or design.
Today the company has opened the largest LFAM production center in Europe and has a core team of more than 40 young professionals highly specialized in areas such as mechanical engineering, automation, computational design, design for additive, and advanced manufacturing processes.