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5th April 2019, Modena

Focus on 3D printing of composites at IDTechEx Show!

CRP Windform 3D printed electric motor front headlight housings for the Energica Ego Corsa. © CRP Technology

CRP Windform 3D printed electric motor front headlight housings for the Energica Ego Corsa. © CRP Technology

CRP Technology, an Italy-based leader in Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) technology with its patented high-performance composite materials Windform, will attend IDTechEx Show! 2019, which takes place in Berlin next week, as a speaker within the session dedicated to 3D Printing of Composites.

3D printing of composites is perceived as a crucial future iteration for many forms of 3D printing. With this in mind, the annual European IDTechEx Show will host a dedicated session for this class of materials, for the first time. IDTechEx ran this session previously during its US show in Novemberlast year, and it proved very popular, according to organisers.

Last phase of the 3D-printed nano-satellite TubeSats integration. © GAUSS

Last phase of the 3D-printed nano-satellite TubeSats integration. © GAUSS

CRP Technology VP and CTO Engineer Franco Cevolini will present the paper on How Windform composite materials pioneered the AM revolution on 11 April. “We are very proud to be invited as a speaker in the first edition of 3D Printing of Composites session,” commented Franco Cevolini. Mr Cevolini will explain how the use of Windform composite materials, originally developed for the motorsports industry, is now finding many uses outside of the race track.

He will also demonstrate the effectiveness of additive manufacturing and the use of Windform as a structural material for high-performance applications in the most demanding sectors, such as aerospace, defence, aircraft, UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle), industrial design, and medical, alongside automotive and motorsports.

Tundra 3D printed functional prototype at CES 2018. © CRP Technology

Tundra 3D printed functional prototype at CES 2018. © CRP Technology

“We have been working for the elite of the most demanding industrial segments since 1996. We always pursue the road to constant technological renewal and high quality, and the invitation from IDTEchEx attests it,” added Mr Cevolini. “Soon there will be interesting news that will concern both our production facilities and new materials for additive manufacturing – stay tuned.”

The company recently achieved the ISO 9001: 2015 standard regarding the manufacture of 3D printed parts and the production of Windform composite materials for SLS technology. The new certification is in line with the new strategy decided by the board management, as well as the quality of the production process achieved from CRP Technology.

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