CRP USA will be attending the Small Satellite Conference from 8th to 13th August in Logan, Utah to display the latest 3d-printed solutions for the space industry made in Windform, the polyamide-based materials reinforced with glass fibers or carbon fibers.
Windform range is well-known for the superior technical features that can make functional parts and prototypes with the use of Additive Manufacturing (Selective Laser Sintering).
Important goals have been achieved by Windform Additive Manufacturing especially in space mission. CRP USA is based in North Carolina and it is highly skilled in the use of 3D Printing (Selective Laser Sintering) for making functional and complex parts.
The company has created 3d-printed CubeSats as well as several spare parts for the space industry that are still in orbit.
Small Satellite Conference
Logan, Utah, USA
August 8-13, 2015
For more details on 3D-printed Windform CubeSats please contact us at the following emails:
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20 years of Additive Manufacturing and 10 years of Windform XT
In the 90s CRP Technology started to adopt the technology of Additive Manufacturing for their customers. 20 years have passed and in these two decades CRP Technology has developed new Windform materials and new goals have been achieved. CRP Technology and CRP USA are rethinking the use of 3D Printing with Windform opening the path to new applications and new industries.
Thanks to advanced 3D printing materials like Windform XT that is celebrating 10 years, it is possible to build functional prototypes. Windform XT is celebrating this year 10 years. This top level material is carbon filled and it is particularly appreciated in tough applications from motorsport to space.