Testing of advanced solutions for digital grinding, advanced forming, machining and multitasking, micromachining, digitising and connectivity, and other processes


The Smart and Connected Machines focus area brings together a series of technological assets for companies, enabling them to carry out trial, testing, development, demonstration and training activities on the most established types of machines and manufacturing processes in the Basque industrial sector.  

This focus area therefore provides specialised assets (machines, test benches, verification and test equipment) for conventional machining processes, multifunctional machining, process hybridisation, grinding and finishing processes, micromachining and precision processes, forming and joining processes, as well as software assets for testing aspects related to connectivity, digitisation and advanced control strategies. 

Application areas

12 organisations and more than 42 assets to support:

Advanced Forming

Advanced Forming

Grinding and
and Multitasking
Precision and
Micro Machining
and Conectivity
Other processes

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Casos de uso

Development of a metrology software focused on pre-scanned items

Metrología Sariki

Metrología Sariki

Use case


Metrología Sariki is a part of the Unceta Group and has more than 35 years of experience in the field of measurement and inspection in the industrial environment. Sariki distributes machines from different manufacturers and inspection technologies adapted to the requirements of the market. Moreover, the company carries out turnkey projects in which it offers an integral service ranging from design to maintenance and support of the installations in service. It also develops its own hardware and software, used to offer customised and accurate solutions to its clients.


Recently, the dimensional measurement industry has been moving towards non-contact inspection, in which a significant volume of information is obtained at very high speed. In this line, Sariki has created its own metrology software called SK/Inspect and aims to develop this innovative technology to be compatible with the scanners available on the market. With the collaboration of the Vicomtech technology centre and its high-performance geometric processing SDK, Geomlib, Sariki has been able to optimise the software algorithms and develop new algorithms that significantly reduce inspection time and allow the installation of the software in extremely high-speed manufacturing processes.

Area of the company where the solution is focused:

Development and implementation of inspection software

Company size:





Elgoibar (Gipuzkoa)

Benefits of the Solution:

  • Increased functionality and potential of SK/Inspect software
  • Algorithm optimisation and verification
  • Progress on software certification by international entities

Incorporated Technologies:

  • Software Development Kit (SDK) Geomlib
  • Meshing operations via GPU

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