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Aiju - Technological Institute For Toys Information
  • Josefa Galvany
  • Avda. de la Industria, 23, Ibi (Alicante) Spain
  • Phone: 34965554475
  • URL: http://www.aiju.info
  • The Technological Toy Institute (AIJU) was founded in June 1985. It is located in Ibi, a city of Alicante, and is a non-profit-making association whose main aim is to improve the quality of products intended for child use. Accredited for toys since 1989, recently it has broadened its accreditations and thus, it has been constituted the first laboratory accredited by ENAC for testing toys, Child care articles and playgrounds. AIJU is certified in Quality Systems and Environmental Systems management according to ISO 9001 and 14000, respectively.
    Currently, AIJU has more than 550 partners. From the total amount of them, 40% are toy manufacturers, and the rest belongs to auxiliaries industries.
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  • Increase children's creativity by web-based customization possibilities and 3D printing
  • 3D printing technologies are being considered by some innovator leaders as a production method like any other, although some adjustments, innovations and improvements are still required. Additionally, it has been detected that fully functional business models that consider AM technology within its supply chains are not yet available. Therefore, the project iBUS.
  • September 07, 2017
  • New Pilot Plant For The Obtention Of Zinc Oxide From Zamak Waste
  • The implementation of this pilot plant at industrial scale will allow to valorise waste coming from the zamak transformation industry and currently managed by depositing it in safety landfills, thus reducing the costs charged to manufacturing companies for its management.
  • July 02, 2014
  • AIJU develops new materials for the Toy's Rapid Manufacturing
  • The technological centre is developing plastics with electrical conductivity, plastics with new charges, colouring plastics and with biodegradable characteristics. Besides, AIJU is working in the modification of existing formulations to allow their re-using during a higher number of cycles, thus contributing to a reduction in costs and the recycle of raw materials.
  • October 05, 2010