Category Archives: CRP Group

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

3D printing news Sliced, NASA, Gucci, MSF and Oak Ridge National Laboratory

What connection does 3D printing have to a 19th Century German philosopher? How can 3D printing turn virtual space-ships into a reality? How did 3D printing take one Streamliner vehicle beyond 200mph? This edition of 3D printing news Sliced features stories from the Government of Hamburg, GoPrint3D, Gravity Sketch, Nano Dimension, OMNI3D, LPW, Jugnoo, GEM Platform, Carpenter, FITNIK, Print My […]

3D printing news Sliced, NASA, EOS, Kodak and Materialise

Which country celebrated a century of freedom by sending a 3D printed gnome into space? How did one grandfather raise thousands to help his local school buy a 3D printer? How did 3D printing change one rescued dog’s life forever? This edition of 3D printing news sliced features updates from Kodak, Zortrax, Octobre71, Sculpteo, Bhartiya […]

3D printing news Sliced Xometry, OMNI3D, Harvard, Black Panther

How is 3D printing beating brain cancer? What happened to New Matter? A behind the scenes look at Black Panther and more of the latest 3D printing news from Harvard University, the Yas Marina Circuit, LUNAR, Carbon, Mimaki and Xometry. 3D printing applications from the awesome to the unusual GravityB 3D is a studio based in […]

3D printing business roundup: Canada Makes, HP, Collplant, CRP Group

Building toward some of the biggest events in the 3D printing industry calendar, additive manufacturing companies are announcing their latest business deals including new investments, partnerships and international distribution. In this article, we review recent activity from Canada Makes, EOS, CRP Group, HP, Nano Dimension, Thales Group, A*STAR and CollPlant. Canada Makes partners with 3D design […]

Neuartiger Lufteinlass wird mit Additiver Fertigung und Windform-Materialien realisiert

Für ein Fahrerteam der Moto3-Klasse hat die F&E-Abteilung von CRP Technology eine modifizierte Version der Ansaugleitung der Airbox im Auslass der Verkleidung des Motorrads entwickelt. Die neue Version wurde im 3D-Druckverfahren (mit Hilfe der SLS-Technologie – Selektives Lasersintern) und mit den Materialien Windform® erstellt. Die Modifikation ist das Ergebnis eines Wegs, den CRP Technology zusammen […]

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