CFRP (carbon fibre reinforced polymer) are attracting industrial materials that exhibit a combination of excellent mechanical and chemical performance, recycling and potential light-weight structures capabilities. They are already used in industrial applications, for load-bearing (i.e. primary and secondary structures) structural parts, but the type of structures is so far limited to shell-type structures due to the inability of current CFRP manufacturing to produce complex 3D structures.Anisoprint, a Russian start-up recently incorporated in Luxembourg, proposes its own patented continuous-fibre 3D printing technology: the Composite Filament Co-extrusion technology is a deep modification of the FDM technology (Fused deposition modelling). A first range of machines for consumer goods application will be soon available on the market. The next target is to further improve this technology concept in terms of materials, so that the associated technology could be able to fulfil requirements for structural parts. It is expected that significantly decreasing the porosity level inside the printed composite material, down to less than 3 %), could largely contribute to this target. The SAMIA-3D project idea is to develop and validate tailored material formulations in order to reach structural part specifications for electric cars, transportation or drones applications by developing Anisoprint technology. This will be carried out from the lab scale to the demonstration stage, by a close cooperation between Anisoprint and LIST.