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Salut :)

Petit retour sur cette invitation afin de partager avec vous " l'envers du décor ".

Nanovia se situe à Louargat ( 22 ) un bourg de la campagne bretonne à deux pas de la nationale.

Ici c'est la chimie qui domine l'espace ;)

Entre tous les bidons et divers fûts il est possible de tomber là-dessus

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Une ligne de fabrication capable de sortir des kilomètres de filaments et bientôt une autre à venir.

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Il va falloir repenser son support bobine :)

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Contrôle du diamètre déterminant comme vous le savez.

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L’accueil est super et le personnel compétent , comme une habitude à chaque fois que je quitte Jacques Pelleter ( gérant ) c'est jamais les mains vides :) Le filament jaune est une exclu donc info à venir.... Pour le reste c'est de l'ABS Fibres carbon + Kevlar et ABS Kevlar Noir.

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Pour visiter l'entreprise contactez moi par MP, si nous sommes beaucoup il est possible d'organiser une petite sortie entre maker ;)

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