Category Archives: CRP Technology

3D Printing News Sliced: Stratolaunch, HP, America Makes, iPhone XS

This week in Sliced, 3D Printing Industry’s regular news digest, we explore the latest additive manufacturing applications and business deals. Stories featured include the new iPhone XS, HP, SHINING 3D, art in San Francisco, PyroGenesis, Roboze, Nano Dimension and more. Read on for a rapid update of all the latest events from across additive manufacturing, design and […]

Energica establishes new department for development of Energica Ego motorcycle

Energica, the manufacturer of the Energica Ego – Italy’s first street-legal electric motorcycle with 3D printed parts – has unveiled a new Sport Production Department at its headquarters in Modena. This 160 sq. meters facility will foster the development of the Ego Corsa, the successor of the Ego racing bike designed for the FIM Enel […]

3D printing news Sliced CyBe, Nano Dimension, Airbus, Rolls-Royce, Autodesk

In this edition of Sliced, 3D Printing Industry’s news digest, we take a look at the latest partnerships in the additive manufacturing sector, 3D printers, software, and material releases, and uncover the potential for constructing 3D printed bamboo gazebos. All this from CyBe, Nano Dimension, Airbus, CRP Technology, Maker’s Muse, Autodesk and more. Business partnerships […]

CRP expands applications for SLS Windform 3D printing materials

CRP Group, an Italian industrial group integrating additive manufacturing processes and innovative materials for product development, has expanded its Windform composite materials line for applications within advanced sectors such as aerospace, automotive and motorsport, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Offering a wide range of polyamide-based glass and carbon fiber reinforced materials for SLS 3D printing, […]

CRP expands applications for SLS Windform 3D printing materials

CRP Group, an Italian industrial group integrating additive manufacturing processes and innovative materials for product development, has expanded its Windform composite materials line for applications within advanced sectors such as aerospace, automotive and motorsport, and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Offering a wide range of polyamide-based glass and carbon fiber reinforced materials for SLS 3D printing, […]

3D Printing News Sliced SABIC, Moog, SodaStream, NASCAR

In this edition of Sliced 3D printing is deemed a “transformative technology” for heart disease and race car driving; researchers introduce a handheld skin printer; and we tip our hats to the latest applications from around the world. Featured stories include CRP Technology, SABIC, the Washington University School of Medicine, 3Dlife, Adaptiiv, Moog, Sony and much more. […]

New 3D printing materials from CRP, 3DVerkstan, CELLINK and Stratasys

We’ve rounded up some of the latest 3D printing materials developments and releases, including a renewable cellulose based 3D printing filament, and new bioinks for the engineering of skin tissues. Windform composite passes flammability and radiation tests CRP Technology is an Italian producer of high-performance composite materials. Its Windform range, designed for laser sinter 3D […]

CRP collaborates with Energica on Italian-first electric motorcycle

Energica, an Italian manufacturer of supersport electric motorcycles, have designed parts of Italy’s first street-legal electric motorcycle, the Energica Ego, using 3D printing. Rapid prototyping of the Ego’s dashboard and seat were performed by CRP Technology the research and development arm of CRP Group, specialising in rapid prototyping materials for 3D printing. 3D printed composite […]

CRP Technology präsentiert elastisches Windform RL 3D-Druckmaterial

Das italienische Unternehmen CRP Technology stellt mit Windform RL das erste thermoplastische Elastomer in seinem Portfolio an 3D-Druckmaterialien für das Selektive Lasersintern vor. Windform RL verfügt über eine gummiähnliche Flexibilität und ist für Anwendungen im Bereich der Additiven Fertigung geeignet, die komplexe Abmessungen und einen hohen Grad an Elastizität erfordern. Gedruckte Objekte verfügen über eine […]

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