Investment in technological research and development has always been a top priority at Nicolás Correa.
In the machine tool industry, which is increasingly dynamic and competitive, the ability to innovate in an ongoing manner and to offer new customer-oriented services is a key asset for any company aspiring to grow and generate value.
In keeping with this firm conviction, Nicolás Correa has a strong R&D&I department, which takes part in several cutting-edge projects in Spain and Europe, besides the company's own projects.
Nicolás Correa has an R&D&I department which is constantly growing and which currently accounts for 17% of the whole workforce. It is made up of a team of highly-qualified engineers, capable of developing multidisciplinary projects and operating at a global level thanks to the use of English as the everyday working language.
In addition to the opportunities afforded by integrating new technology into the design of machines, at Nicolás Correa there is another main reason for engaging in R&D&I activities: it enables us to respond better to our customers' needs. Consequently, several internal programmes and joint projects in which Nicolás Correa takes part seek to define overall technological manufacturing processes that provide a comprehensive answer to customer needs.
Development of a Universal and Multi-Operational Milling Head for Flexible, Productive and Accurate Machining of Bulky and High Value-Adding Parts in One Single Set-Up.
The Milling Machine of the future: connected 4.0 machine (2016-2018)
Development of a device for automatically cancelling out forced and self-induced vibrations in large milling machines.
Production platform offering high productivity and zero defects in sophisticated high added value parts (2014-2016).
Development of a new range of ultra-precise, high-load-capacity milling machines in accordance with a new comprehensive conception of energy based on hydrostatic systems. (2013-2015).
Eco-design applied to transportation sources for a cleaner and competitive industry. (2011-2014)
Ultralight production means for productive, sustainable and eco-efficient operations with large-volume parts. (2011-2013).
Proactive Maintence of Unique Machines (2011-2013)
Greater functionality on Large Machines (2010-2013)
Development of new technologies to design high-productivity milling machines and reduced energy consumption (2010-2013)
New high-performance milling machine with exceptionally large dimensions for the energy sector. (2010-2012).
Development of a Smart Hybrid System for optimising machine-process interaction in production processes for the wind energy and transport sector (FOEHN) (2009-2011)
Advanced technology for machines and manufacturing processes in 2015: e-fficient, E-cological, e-machine (2006-2009).
A commitment to take European machine tool manufacturing to new heights. (2005-2009)
Eco-efficient machine tools with reduced mass and energy consumption (2005-2008)
To optimise through mechatronics to reduce the requirement for mass in machine tools (2005-2007)
Device for assessing, planning and optimising machining conditions in high speed milling machines (2005-2007)
Development of processes and machine tools to repair tools of high added value using hybrid milling technology and laser on 3/5 axes (2005-2007)
New high modularity milling machine for high speed machining (2005-2007)
New machine tool with long vertical travel with high precision and reliability embedded system (2006-2007)