JUNO grounds its roots in the Bologna-based mechanical design studio “Studio Pedrini”. Founded in 1983, Studio Pedrini quickly became a key player in the packaging sector. Later, it expanded the business to other sectors such as food, biomedical and automotive.
JUNO is the result of the early adoption of modern additive manufacturing technologies, born of a drive for innovation. As a pioneer in the sector since the early 2000s, JUNO combines product industrialisation with close attention to design and style and, most notably, an extensive in-house rapid prototyping and production department equipped with cutting-edge industrial-grade additive manufacturing systems.
JUNO.AM: The Additive Manufacturing Galaxy
Our daily work, the challenges we tackle and the tests on the innovations in our fields of interest: they’re all evaluated in our laboratories to assess quality, efficiency and performance.
Our first 10 years have gone by in the blink of an eye and are the foundation for the next 10 years, which we are sure will be just as complex and challenging; most of all, they will show us how far contemporary designers will take their ideas.
The Carbon® technology allows the use of materials with performance perfectly comparable to the thermoplastics used in manufacturing. Download the table comparing the most widely used thermoplastics with the equivalent Carbon® resin.