A successful case of many firsts and a trend setter of sorts, Ms. Valeria Tirelli not only adopted 3D Printing in the manufacturing process at Aidro Hydraulics but also encouraged the use of 3D Printing in R&D to re-design hydraulic components and that has benefited the company on a large scale, since then.
Being one of the first in the hydraulics sector, with no set precedent to follow and no guidance of any form, adopting 3D Printing was a risky move. Get to know the story of the Hydraulics Sector’s foremost adopters of 3D Printing and the challenges they overcame to achieve great results, from none other CEO, Valeria Tirelli.
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About Aidro Hydraulics & Valeria Tirelli
Founded in 1982 by her father – Mr. Paolo Tirelli, Ms. Valeria Tirelli took over the reigns of Aidro as CEO in 2012.
Starting from 2017, Aidro introduced new technology – Additive Manufacturing, enabling production of Metal 3D Printed products in the hydraulics sector.
Driven by the desire to innovate and by the continuous growth of 3D printing, the company – now led by siblings Tommaso & Valeria Tirelli, has expanded its activity to other sectors such as oil & gas, aerospace and automation.