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StarckGate Fabrication

Get ready to enter The Innovative Technology dimension.



The Cube

The Cube Project


This is a new innovative way to look at sport.

Stay connected and join the world of online sports and events.

Get running, cycling, rowing, elliptical training, swimming or tone your muscles at the cube.

Take a Spa and do some Yoga.


Replenish your self from al this sport and restore your bodies minerals and vitamins and energy with our own vitamin/mineral enhanced mineral water and energy bars dispensers.

don’t worry when you forget your sports wear we have a sportswear dispenser, body care products.

you only need your sport shoes, the rest is already at your convenience.


Own or invest in your own gym and create your an income an be part of a sporting revelation.

We are ecological, sustainable and social

Bringing sporty people together and making it as much fun as possible to be fit.

In House Product

Vertical Farming


Vertical farming is the practice of producing food in vertically stacked layers, vertically inclined surfaces and/or integrated in other structures. The modern idea of vertical farming uses controlled environment agriculture (CEA) technology, where all environmental factors can be controlled


Starckgate the doorway to the next generation of innovative technology!


We challenge you to dream bigger then ever before and we will make it happen!


Carbon nanotubes are allotropes of carbon with a cylindrical nanostructure. These cylindrical carbon molecules have unusual properties, which are valuable for nanotechnology, electronics, optics, and other fields of materials science and technology. Owing to the material's exceptional strength and stiffness:


Starckgate the doorway to the next generation of innovative technology!

While 3-D printing has been around for decades, it has remained largely in the domain of hobbyists and designers producing one-off prototypes. And printing objects with anything other than plastics—in particular, metal—has been expensive and painfully slow.

Now, however, it’s becoming cheap and easy enough to be a potentially practical way of manufacturing parts. If widely adopted, it could change the way we mass-produce many products.

3-D Metal Printing
  • BreakthroughNow printers can make metal objects quickly and cheaply.

  • Why It MattersThe ability to make large and complex metal ­objects on demand could transform manufacturing. 

  • Key PlayersMarkforged, Desktop Metal, GE

  • AvailabilityNow

In the short term, manufacturers wouldn’t need to maintain large inventories—they could simply print an object, such as a replacement part for an aging car, whenever someone needs it.

In the longer term, large factories that mass-produce a limited range of parts might be replaced by smaller ones that make a wider variety, adapting to customers’ changing needs.

The technology can create lighter, stronger parts, and complex shapes that aren’t possible with conventional metal fabrication methods. It can also provide more precise control of the microstructure of metals. In 2017, researchers from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory announced they had developed a 3-D-printing method for creating stainless-steel parts twice as strong as traditionally made ones. 

Also in 2017, 3-D-printing company Markforged, a small startup based outside Boston, released the first 3-D metal printer for under $100,000.

Another Boston-area startup, Desktop Metal, began to ship its first metal prototyping machines in December 2017. It plans to begin selling larger machines, designed for manufacturing, that are 100 times faster than older metal printing methods.

The printing of metal parts is also getting easier. Desktop Metal now offers software that generates designs ready for 3-D printing. Users tell the program the specs of the object they want to print, and the software produces a computer model suitable for printing.   

GE, which has long been a proponent of using 3-D printing in its aviation products (see “10 Breakthrough Technologies of 2013: Additive Manufacturing”), has a test version of its new metal printer that is fast enough to make large parts. The company plans to begin selling the printer in 2018.

Self Sustainable Project


The Sustainable Project


In the past couple of years, sustainability has been one of the key topics surrounding conversations in the EU and where Europe is headed. Right now Spain is announcing several sustainable developments, the EU is making conscious efforts towards moving to a more sustainable future. StarckGate takes a look at this pertinent subject and creates some highly-innovative sustainable developments that are helping the country to reduce its carbon footprint and become a pioneer in the region.





















Solar panels and hydrogen storage are a key feature of several established and upcoming sustainable projects in the EU.

Speaking in real estate terms, the concept of sustainability applies primarily to the construction and execution phases of a property. Sustainability developments are defined as those that “meet the needs of the present, without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” or more specifically, an “economic development that is conducted without depletion of natural resources.”

The concept can be interpreted in several ways, but at its core, the guiding principle is to balance different, and often competing, needs while being mindful of environmental, social and economic limitations that we face globally. Natural resources are limited, and in developing new projects this fact is often forgotten. The key driver of a development could be a strong need for something, that doesn’t fully consider the wider or long-term impact on the environment. Sustainability initiatives in the EU aim to address this global issue and make its regions some of the most ecologically responsible in the world.

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