1.1 Microfiber technology based on the polymerization of polyamides (hexamethylenediamine) and polyesters (for fabrics with high comfort)
1.2 Technology of new biodegradable polyester pbt and ptmt based on beta-hydroxy acids
1.3 Polyamides new technology based on hydrophilic copolyamides for stretch fabrics and highly ambient resistant
1.4 Development of super-absorbent polymers for special yarns applications

2.1 Cellulose regeneration technologies based on the substitution of carbon disulphide by dissolution in N-methyl morpholine under the action of enzymes
2.2 Technology of production of regenerated pulp after deinking and skimming, from newsprint and paper residue bound to crepe toilet
2.3 Technology o pulp production from recycled resins with attachments of moisture and soften materials

3.1 Computer technology to design and produce stretch fabrics, based on warp, weft or bio stretch procedures
3.2 Computer technology for the conception and design of shoe insoles and buttresses by models.
3.3 CAD simulation system patterns based designed, in relation to the different tissues using
3.4 Information technology for children’s clothing design with simulation cad 2 – 3D and inspiration database
3.5 Three-dimensional simulation technology of tools, usable materials and dresses from patterns or pictures
3.6 Design of shoes and heels by stereo lithography CAD and modeling
3.7 Simulation technology characteristics of hardboard relying available information from fibers trees
3.8 Simulation technology characteristics of particle board and MDF regarding trees and their fibers
3.9 Technology CAD for design drawings and other decorative shapes, designed to create 3D environments with cork tiles
3.10 Software technology for the modularization and integration of furniture
3.11 Technology customized software for the design of modular kitchen furniture and integration into predetermined spaces
3.12 Technology design software for custom shelves and office furniture melamine boards in client projects
3.13 Technology CAD design and modular design furniture for cabinets washbasin base
3.14 Dimensional simulation technology joint cad furniture – bathroom tiles for decorative project
3.15 Technology for design and manufacture of furniture blocks with lumbar (normablock top)
3.16 Technology CAD for designing stamping dies, for basic trimmings and low cost jewelry (earrings and brooches). Database of existing designs inspiration
3.17 Technology CAD for conception, die design and casting design of medium cost jewelry artistic pieces, in small series
3.18 Modeling technology that relies shapes and volumes with the mechanical resonant vibrational string instruments and piezoelectric sensors location( sound logging or amplification)
3.19 Technology Ergonomic design CAD from population Pivot Tables (Dualtec)
3.20 Modeling technology that simulates the behavior of human body parts such as neck, arms, articulated fingers and stomach to measure the adequacy of toys to European standard safety

4.1 Technology of combined operations such as cleaning, opening, carding and combing cotton balls
4.2 Electronic technology control of the twisted double twist for each zone
4.3 Weaving technology of polyester staple fibers and polyamides

5.1 Sizing and finishing technology (thermo shrinkable, ecological, etc.)

6.1 Information technology and computer vision to detect the pattern (rotary or flat) lost synchronism, stains and blocking inks or pigmentation

7.1 Computer technology to the management of mathematical models and stages used in the preparation and dyeing cycle depending on the type of printing and fiber.
7.2 Photographic technology and database population measures, used for pattern making and automatic scaling
7.3 Computer technology to save finishing parameters upon custom request, hair skins, splits and whole tapestry

8.1 Process technology that allows the fabric dye under neutral pH and low salt concentrations
8.2. Coloring technology using low-chromium based on organic acids and anionic complexes
8.3 Process technology with disperse dyes difuranona derivatives either with the lactone ring or the red phthalocyanine.
8.4 Coloration and pigmentation technology for couché and writing papers based on advanced resins and melamine-formaldehyde acrylic

9.1 Technologies for instrumental color measurement.
9.2 Automatic measurement thicknesses Technology, based on laser
9.3 Dyeing and finishing Technologies with aniline and lacauretano, meeting environmental regulation

10.1 Computer system of patterns based design, cutting and scaling
10.2 Computer technology of pattern and automatic scaling, for the production of pants, shirts and skirts
10.3 Computer technology of pattern and automatic scaling, for the production of dresses and suits
10.4 Monetization technology, pattern and scaled by cad
10.5 Computer technology for automatic pattern making and scaled according to models
10.6 Computer technology for automatic pattern making and scaled according to models, in footwear

11.1 Computer system for production control using packages in the sewing room with bar code
11.2 Computer technology for flexible production based on overhead closed loop transportation
11.3 Tissue cutting technology aided by water jet cutter or mesh pattern ensuring the reasons tissue
11.4 Cutting Technology with computer support
11.5 CIM flexible production technology
11.6 Technology Control for cutting and assembly modules of CIM mechanized, matched with decorative project details

12.1 Polymeric composite materials technology, advanced alloys and reinforced fibers in relation to the design and manufacture of military or police costume
12.2 Integration Technologies polypropylene, natural fibers and polyurethane foam as effective buffers
12.3 Composite Materials Technology (Kevlar) and graphite
12.4 Technology plastics and high strength latex, away from sharp edges, low flammability and toxicity according to the security policy of mandatory since 1990 for all toys sold in the EU.
12.5 Technology of materials that mimic the skin, hair and other body parts and animals

13.1 13.1 Technology tailored clothing online

14.1 Mineral tanning technology with complex salts of chromium in semi automatic drum machines with environmental compliance
14.2 Technology which use resin acids and phytosterols to manufacture soaps and perfumes in general

15.1 Finish Technology in suede, Napa, nobuck and double face skins, of goat ,lamb and veal
15.2 Technologies of pumping, ageing, satination, matte, bicolor, etc. upon demand. Information Technology as Support
15.3 Technologies of mapping, waffling and embossing, as modern craftsman installation with computer support
15.4 Technologies of pyrography, colored and semi-metallic as modern craftsman installations with computer support

16.1 Technologies in operation oft sewn, glued and finished with acrylic lacquer thermoplastic resins and urethanes manual or semi-automatic computer-supported
16.2 Technologies for implementing the bonding of leather soles by thermography
16.3 Powerful adhesive technology nonpolluting and resistant to moisture
16.4 Adhesives technology in plywood by melamine urea
16.5 Bonding technology from urea formaldehyde and other queues to use small diameter logs on plywood
16.6 Bonding technology from formaldehyde urea and other queues to join small pieces of cork
16.7 Technology and gluing paper stuck in several layers, based on synthetic resins to produce cardboard and paperboard of 400 g/m2 intended for packaging
16.8 Binding technology using thermoplastic polymer adhesives and hot melt type structure
16.9 Technologies bonding acrylic glass – metal – wood
16.10 Bonding technology based on the injection of cold polyurethane foam (poliblock)
16.11 Hand craft Technology of cutting, pasting, and varnishing wood trim to produce instruments with good psychoacoustic
16.12 Bonding technologies skin – skin and skin – synthetic, high stress resistance

17.1 Technology for moulding and automated assembly. Control by artificial vision
17.2 Forming and Shaping technology by humidity and temperature control to improve retention of shapes
17.3 Damping Technologies by air chamber in athletic shoe insoles
17.4 Adaptation Technology of the boots blocks to the movement of the foot (msk)

18.1 Waste treatment technology of chromium and other pollutants
18.2 Technology for the production of cellulosic sulphate pulp from recycled paper or eucalyptus
18.3 Recycling technology of sodium sulphate liquors by separation, filtration and pumping through caustifiers until pulping vessels
18.4 Environmental technology for automatic washing ink, printers and groups rubbers wet during rotary offset printing and cuadricomía 70×100

19.1 Manufacturing technology of medium density fiberboard (MDF) from eucalyptus
19.2 Homogenization technology in the production of fiber boards MDF
19.3 Technology for the design and fabrication of high density boards
19.4 Technology of pressing, quenching and wetting for making hardboard
19.5 Technology combination of parameters (pressure, temperature, humidity, wood species, type of adhesive, etc.). Hot pressing in the production of chipboard
19.6 Pressing and wetting Technology for hot shaping cork tiles

20.1 Catalytic Technology for hydrolyzing polyoses in making hardboard
20.2 Catalytic Technology for stuck gluing in the production of chipboard
20.3 Fillers utilization technology based high quality zinc sulfide / barium, calcium silicate and titanium dioxide.

21.1 Technology for production of corrugated board automatic winding drum dandy
21.2 Technology for the production of cellulosic sulphate pulp from recycled paper or eucalyptus
21.3 Production technology and packaging paper kraft bags with hardware-controlled moisture and elongation crespación
21.4 Papirolino production technology reinforced by textile fibers embedded therein, bound for durable envelopes and other documents
21.5 Production technology of raw pasta short fiber sulphate from wheat and barley straw
21.6 Production technology of short fiber pulp from sulphate eucalyptus and other hardwood
21.7 Crespación technology and coloration by immersion for unsized papers
21.8 Optical bleaching technology polyphase sized papers with low and high filler content

22.1 Technology of plâtre- satin coated combining sulfoaluminate and calcium with polymeric binders, acrylic acids and glycerin softeners.
22.2 Waterproofing technology paper impregnation based wax and paraffin derivatives.
22.3 Technology of acrylic bonding, phosphating and electrostatic epoxy coating for metals
22.4 Semiautomatic texturing technology using gravure, stamping, pressing and printing rollers
22.5 Semiautomatic Technology inhibitors etched, polished and sandblasted
22.6 Technology electrolytic staining , conductive paints and ultimate lacquers fixation
22.7 Electrochemical oxidation technology anodised titanium, silver, tantalum, niobium and tungsten
22.8 Semiautomatic Technology and niellé enameling on silver and gold
22.9 Isotherm semiautomatic coloration technology for titanium by application of heat

23.1 Automatic management technology inkwells and wet groups through measurements of densitometry and colorimetric feedback
23.2 Technology readiness, command and control in offset high production machinery for insertion and tensioning by independent software synchronization
23.3 Technology inking quick reaction and accurate dosing with automatic preset information either scanner or digital prepress

24.1 Technology of advanced usage by digital flexo packaging inks uv, cationic or radical optimized
24.2 Digital printing Technology to use for short runs or personalized printing
24.3 Binding technology using thermoplastic polymer adhesives and hot melt type structure
24.4 Production technology, editing and mastering digital or analog musical recording studios
24.5 Digital duplication technology from double track with inclusions, special effects, EQ and distortion repair
24.6 Conversion format Technology dat/f1/501/601/701/16.30v to compact-disc formats

25.1 Technology Lighting, signaling and automation
25.2 Integration Technologies polypropylene, natural fibers and polyurethane foam as effective buffers
25.3 Sanitation technology foresight and antibacterial coatings applied to cotton mattresses (sanitized)

26.1 Technology design and colored cast acrylic or epoxy resins
26.2 Semiautomatic crimping Technology stones, using wire ferrules
26.3 Cad-cut technology and embedding between metals, engraved and embossed
26.4 Technology thin film deposition by CVD for creating high costume jewelry limited series

27.1 Wood selection technology, drying degree and cuts arrangement for resonances purposes

28.1 Vibration absorption technology by introducing the composite absorbent structures (vas)
28.2 Adapting Technology which does away metal edges (carving)

29.1 Electronic technology for timing of both engine and pumps performance which imitates in the dolls the movement of human l physiological functions

30.1 Analysis and Process Technology for growing, mushroom picking and packing. HW-SW systems for controlling process parameters in the field range to correlate with the climatology of the area. Improvements and developments related to packaging substrates which optimize cleaning-mushroom fungus
30.2 Technology correlations between soil properties and types of grapes. Development of multiparameter sensors for process control in fermentation and winemaking.
30.3 Biotechnology applied to process control and HW-SW systems for the selection of grapes, wine traceability and correlation with climatic parameters and genetic factors
30.4 Technology analysis and correlation of the genetic characteristics of the grapes with their fragility in transport and resistance to frost in early varieties
30.5 Electrochemical sensor technology for networks related to data acquisition parameters of the soil surface weather
30.6 Technology vision for grape sorting and collection
30.7 Correlation testing technology of tannins with the features of soil, grape variety and organoleptic properties of wine as well
30.8 Bioactive dairy technology. Technologies correlation between microbial concentrations and some organoleptic properties of cheese
30.9 Biotechnology for linking the concentration of protein in the raw milk with organoleptic properties of dairy products. Milk Reception Techniques and controlled addition of CO2 to counter bacteria psicotrofas
30.10 Improvements in bulk packaging technologies for keeping organoleptic properties
30.11 Upgraded technology to reduce saturated fats and triglycerides in the preparation of stiffs meat with little involvement of organoleptic properties
30.12. Technology correlations between soil properties and types of olive. Development of multiparameter sensors for process control in oil pressing and processing
30.13 Biotechnology applied to process control and HW-SW systems for selecting varieties of olives, oils traceability and correlation with climatic and genetic parameters of olives