About f3nice

For 3D printing customers that need to increment sales while lower their carbon footprint we provide metal powder made from 100% recycled source.

Product analysis and development

Metal 3D printing is shaping the future of Manufacturing and a pillar for Industry 4.0…
…but we should not forget that mining of metal is not a sustainable option anymore!

Our Value Proposition

For 3D printing customers that need to lower their carbon footprint we provide metal powder from 100% recycled source

What is Additive Manufacturing (AM)?

Additive Manufacturing (AM), also known as 3D printing, is a generic term used to define a process of joining materials to make objects from 3D model data, usually layer upon layer, as opposed to subtractive manufacturing methodologies.
AM includes several different techniques, depending on the type of feedstock material and physical mechanisms used to melt the layers.

AM technologies
Benefits of AM
  • Reduced complexity in assembled systems
  • Superior properties of printed parts
  • Weight saving
  • Cost saving, if properly operated
  • Higher Sustainability
  • … and more!

Linear Economy VS...

In a Linear Economy model, Nature is seen as a reservoir of easily accessible resources and energy.
This approach favours the extraction of new resources with respect to the reuse of materials collected from end-of-life products, due to the ease of obtaining new input materials and cheaply disposing of refuse.

 

... Circular Economy

Circular Economy denotes an industrial economy that is restorative by intention and design.
Like systems found in nature, resources are preserved and balanced, from material feedstock through spent consumables.
Products are designed for ease of reuse, disassembly and refurbishment or recycling.
Waste is considered as a source of added value.

Being sustainable

Sustainability is “the quality of being able to continue over a period of time”, maintaining a certain rate or quality level.
Specifically, the concept of Sustainability is composed of three pillars: environmental (planet), social (people), and economic (profits) aspects.

Business Sustainability

What is a Sustainable Business Model?
In order to be sustainable, a business model shall produce positive social and environmental outcomes alongside financial returns [Source: Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership].

Our Mission

F3nice believes in a more sustainable world.
By rethinking the traditional industrial production cycles, we help in introducing enabling technologies in your business.
We propose smart ways to confer additional value to your waste.
Our goal consists in promoting an efficient resource utilization, in order to be green, innovative and economically successful.