Lynxter SAS

Lynxter is an additive manufacturing machine tools manufacturer, open and industry 4.0 oriented. A young French start-up born in a garage under the sun of the Pays Basque (Bayonne), offering industry 4.0 open additive manufacturing machine-tools to industries (aerospace, biomedical, etc.), education and communities (technological platforms and fablabs).

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