DYRTECH, is a company dedicated to the world of machining that has the ability to respond to very varied needs, such as the manufacture of tools, short and medium series, highly complex parts, high precision machining and process optimization for various sectors. . For this we have the necessary production means, CAD-CAM, horizontal and vertical center, wire cutting machine, auxiliary machines, measuring instruments …
After several years in the world of machining we have managed to evolve and perfect our way of working, using 3D design and CAM systems as a basic tool for programming parts, which allows us to save time and cost, guaranteeing the final quality of the product.
At DYRTECH we respond to very varied needs, among which:
– Short and medium series
– Pieces of great complexity
– High precision machining
– Optimization of processes
Dyrtech incorporates wire electro erosion
Dyrtech reaches an agreement with several vocational training centers
Dyrtech achieves accreditation in the ISO 9001: 2015 standard.
Dyrtech started 2017 in new facilities in Burgos, in the same industrial area of Villalonquejar.
At present and due to their accumulated experience over the last 8 years, Daniel and Roberto have made Dyrtech a company dedicated to the production of medium-short series as one of their main lines of business, they also apply their knowledge in production processes and turnkey.
At Dyrtech, the customer is given their validated, homologated process and with the homologation of the part, an activity that they already carry out with molds.
En su trayectoria profesional supuso un salto importante, pasamos del I+D de un producto a la mejora de los procesos y a lidiar con muchas referencias.
Cuando los dueños de Garbitec decidieron disolver la sociedad, quedó una parte libre, la parte más dedicada al oficio: realización de prototipos, utillajes, diseño, pieza única… Fue entonces cuando Roberto y Daniel hicieron una oferta por el taller y lo compraron.
In 2008, when Sumbitec installed the facilities that they later used at Garbitec, they did so in a big way, with the most advanced flexible machining cell in Europe. Finnish, German, English, Italian and Japanese technicians collaborated in its installation, with an investment in the factory estimated at 35 million euros. For these two partners it was an excellent R&D laboratory.