Innovation and experimentation are trademarks of Aerospace industry, aerospace is on continuous endeavours to find light weight and durable materials.


For short production series of end-use components, Additive Manufacturing offers a cost-effective solution with no need to invest in molds or tooling. It’s an ideal manufacturing method for short production series, including spare parts and replacement parts for retrofitted planes. For production tools such as jigs, fixtures, cable guides, grippers and brackets, Additive Manufacturing makes it possible to customize these tools exactly to your own assembly line’s needs.


Market leader in supplying rapid prototyping has been working closely with the Aerospace and Defence industries for many years to develop significant innovations in the production of parts, components, and jigs and fixtures, with new materials and production methods

Design Freedom

With the use of additive manufacturing, VIMA3YA gives you a freedom of design

  • Variable wall thickness
  • Complex honeycomb structures
  • Non-linear holes
  • Individualized customization to suit your clients need
  • Complex filigree structures
  • Organic structures

Cost benefits

We never make you over charged! Your business is our business.

  • Prototype faster
  • Reduced product to market time
  • Improve quality assurance with custom jigs an fixtures
  • Save cost on metal tooling and forming
  • Save cost on injection moulding
  • Replacement parts for end of life products

We Vima3ya

We can be your reliable vendors to design or manufacture, or both.

  • Prototypes
  • Jigs and fixtures
  • Injection moulds
  • Metal forming
  • Thermoforming
  • Tooling
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Low volume manufacturing

Air Quality? Yes, It's Awesome.

Aerospace sector boundaries by taking as much metal as possible.

Replacing with composites to topology optimize, take weight off by changing the structure of the metal parts, this trend will continue for the benefit of fuel saving in products over its life cycle is inevitable.  Aerospace sector was one of the earliest adaptors of ADDITIVE Manufacturing and is still seeing it as disruptive technology.