Cross-border cluster specialized in additive manufacturing / 3D printing

AdditiValley is a cross-border cluster that creates collaboration between companies and technology centres from the three neighbouring territories that form part of the Euroregion: Nouvelle Aquitaine – Euskadi – Navarra.

AdditiValley is a network of companies specialized in additive manufacturing / 3D printing that coexist in an ecosystem of innovation and collaboration.

Members cover 80% of all the additive technologies currently identified. From metal to polymers via ceramics, at least 18 technologies are represented.

All links in the value chain are represented in the cross-border consortium:

    • Raw material suppliers
    • Producers of additive manufacturing parts and prototypes
    • Machinery and equipment manufacturers
    • Engineering studios
    • Academic and continuing education centres
    • Prototyping and R&D technology centres

The complementary profiles of the companies and technology centres that are members of AdditiValley allow us to offer the ideal additive manufacturing solution in various sectors of activity, including the following:

    • Industrial equipment
    • Health
    • Automotive
    • Aeronautics
    • Oil and gas
    • Food industry
    • Manufacture of parts and sub-assemblies such as tooling and in the field of repair, spare parts or replacement parts

The AdditiValley cluster is part of the KLUSTEURO programme, this public-private partnership is co-founded by  the Euroregion Nouvelle Aquitaine – Euskadi – Navarra, and the contributions of its members, i.e., companies and technology centres from the three territories.

The development of this cross-border cluster and its management are carried out in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Bayonne, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Gipuzkoa, and SODENA, the economic development agency of Navarra.


Cluster network encompassing the 3 clusters of the Euroregion: AdditiValley (additive manufacturing / 3D Printing), BigDatia (Big Data and Artificial Intelligence) and InnovMedica (Medical devices and E-health).

The project is funded by EGTC Euroregion – Nouvelle Aquitaine – Euskadi – Navarra.