CRP USA will be exhibiting at the Luxury Technology Show in Hollywood Los Angeles, on September 30. The staff of CRP USA will be at the venue in order to show the latest innovation in the additive manufacturing with Windform materials.
Booth #32 – Second floor
6250 Hollywood Blvd
Hollywood CA, 90028 USA
September 30, 2015
The Luxury Technology Show is very popular and appreciated for exhibiting the latest innovations from some of the most prestigious and cutting edge technology brands from around the world. CRP USA will also showcase for the occasion the Energica Ego, the first ever electric motorcycle developed with Windform 3D-printed parts and produced by Energica Motor Company.
On display there will be the custom-made Windform headlight covers, developed by the young designer Bella Litinetski and the collections of face masks Carapace Mater and Collagene designed by Carapace Project and MHOX.
Energica Ego, the 3d-printed electric motorcycle
The last word in sustainable, high-performance mobility on two wheels, Energica Ego is the first green sportbike model to turn around the electric motorbike concept. Inside the bike beats a 100 kW heart, able to reach a maximum self-limited speed of 240 km/h. The 195 Nm torque immediately guarantees a sensation of uncompromisingly high performance that is part of a uniquely thrilling driving experience.
Energica Ego is a fully homologated electric sportbike already on sales, the only one in the world with Fast Charge on board that allows the bike to be charged in less than 30 minutes (from 0 to 80%).The bike features technology worthy of F1, such as Windform 3D Printing. This manufacturing process used by CRP makes it quick and easy to obtain prototypes and functional, high-performance components.
CRP USA is strategically located in the heart of NASCAR country in North Carolina, and specializes in additive manufacturing and 3D printing applications with Windform materials. CRP USA manufactures on-car and wind tunnel components for racing teams. It has taken this expertise to new heights to produce parts for the space (Satellite and CubeSat structures), entertainment and automotive industries using its proprietary Windform and additive manufacturing.