CRP Group Shortlisted in the Consumer Application Category for the TCT Awards 2017

  KD-1 is the first 3D printed driver head made from Windform high performance 3D printing materials with precision CNC machined Titanium striking face. Manufactured by CRP Technology (CRP Group’s 3D printing specialized division) and CRP Meccanica (CRP Group’s CNC machining company). This performance driver Read More »

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Walk This Way: 3D Printing Drives New Advancements in Foot Orthotics

Patients become more independent, increasingly mobile, and highly active with 3D printing VALENCIA, Calif.– May 01, 2017–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Millions of people worldwide are impacted by debilitating foot pain, making it difficult to accomplish such daily activities as climbing stairs or taking a walk. Enter 3D printing. Read More »

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CRP Technology Launches Windform® RL: “Dare to be Flexible”

CRP Technology unveils a new durable thermoplastic elastomer material with exceptional rubber-like distinguishing features Modena, Italy, March 2017 – CRP Technology, a leader in the field of Additive Manufacturing, launches Windform® RL, the first thermoplastic elastomer material within the Windform® family of materials for professional Read More »

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CRP Group and Krone Golf Combine Additive and Subtractive Manufacturing Techniques to Create the World’s Most Advanced Golf Driver

KD-1: The first Windform SP 3D printed driver Clubhead with precision CNC machined titanium hitting surface The aim of this case study is to illustrate the construction of CNC machined and 3D Printed driver clubhead on behalf of Krone, the world leader in custom engineered Read More »

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EOS-New Balance Uses EOS Industrial 3D-Printing Technology to Additively Manufacture

  No two runners are the same. This is especially true for athletes competing at the most elite levels. Their foot-strike patterns, degrees of pronation (the amount a runner’s foot rolls inward with each step), and braking and propulsion forces are all unique. However, the Read More »

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EOS North American User Day (NAUD) Highlights Industrial 3D Printing Success Stories and is Open to All IMTS Attendees

Boeing, GE Aviation, and Honeywell Aerospace are among presenters at event- Novi, Mich., Aug. 18, 2014—Aerospace industry titans Boeing, GE Aviation, and Honeywell Aerospace are among those documenting the strong case for end-use production with laser sintering, an industrial 3D-printing technology from EOS, the technology Read More »

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EOS Technology Enables Automation Specialist Festo to Design its Bionic Assistance System

by EOS, GmbH Additive manufacturing (AM) offers new design solutions for a more economic small batch production. Biological processes, motion patterns of living organisms or physical construction principles: Nature has countless solutions only waiting to be analysed by bionic science and translated into technological innovation.  Read More »

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EOS, GmbH-University of Southampton Staff and Students Fly the World’s First Laser-Sintered Aircraft

by EOS, GmbH It is not the first time that aviation history has been made in Southampton. It was in this city in the south of England that the brilliant designer, Reginald Joseph Mitchell, developed the Spitfire, the most famous British fighter aircraft in the Read More »

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