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Be Part of the Windform Industrial Revolution. Experience Digital Production Efficiency

When it comes to industrial 3D printing, the choice of material is crucial for achieving high-quality results. For 3 decades the range of Windform composites has been leading the way…

CRP USA Achieves AS9100D Certification for 3D Printing Aerospace Parts

CRP USA, a specialist provider of additive manufacturing (AM) services and the high performance Windform family of composite materials, has received the AS9100 Rev D certification for the 3D printing…

3D Printing News Briefs: December 3, 2019

We’re starting today’s 3D Printing News Briefs out with a new case study, and then concluding with some business. CRP USA has been working with additive manufacturing in the motorsports…

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CRP: producing excellence with additive manufacturing technology and high-performance materials

Since the mid-90’s, CRP Technology (headquartered in Modena, Italy) has been changing the rules of manufacturing. Most in the manufacturing Industry may have only discovered the world of additive manufacturing…

CRP Technology Used SLS 3D Printing and Windform XT 2.0 to Make Aircraft Model for Wind Tunnel Testing

CRP Technology, part of the larger CRP Group, is well-known for its 3D printing applications in the automotive sector, but lest we forget that it is also accomplished in aerospace…

3D Printing News Briefs: August 3, 2018

On today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re giving you the rundown on some of the latest 3D printing stories to get you into the weekend. Sintratec has welcomed a new…

Bonneville Run: Streamliner with 3D Printed NACA Duct Breaks Long-Standing Record

While some of us possess an innate and fierce sense of competition, a rare few use more extreme activities to demonstrate such spirit in action at places like Bonneville, where racing…

3D Printing as Seen at CES 2018: Part One

Like most of the tech world, this week we’ve been paying a lot of attention to the goings-on at CES 2018 as announcements have arisen from the neon desert landscape…

CRP Group Prepares to Hit CES 2018 with 3D Printed Motorcycles, Drones and Satellites

We’ve been doing a lot of looking back at 2017 over the past few days, as the new year approaches. The coming of a new year, however, also involves a…

Innovative TubeSats Deployer 3D Printed Using Windform XT 2.0

We know they are up there. Sending signals, collecting information. Put into space by powerful entities, using the latest technology. I’m talking, of course, about satellites. But before you go…

3D Printing News Briefs: May 19, 2017

Happy Friday! In this week’s second edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, Metalysis joins an international alloy technology partnership and CRP USA is exhibiting its WINDFORM 3D printing materials at…

CES 2017: 3D Printing Days Three and Four in Photos

As CES continued, the energy never abated in Las Vegas. With most of the major announcements having been made on Thursday and Friday, that left Saturday and Sunday more available…

Coming Soon to CES 2017: 3D Printed Smart Golf Club Coaches You On Your Swing

Perfecting one’s golf swing is no easy task, or so I’m told. I’m not a golfer myself, unless you count miniature golf, and I’m pretty miserable at that, too. After…

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — October 15, 2016

On this week’s edition of “The Stories We Missed This Week,” we’ve got everything from major shareholder news to smart mirrors. The Israeli electronics 3D printing company Nano Dimension recently…

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — August 6, 2016

It’s been quite the week in 3D printing news, and as per usual, there was just too much happening around the world to cover it all. For starters, a group of…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — April 30

This week’s 3D printing news moves from Nano Dimension’s PCB Survey Results to a new finish from Materialise aimed at 3D printed eyewear and wearables. The first (3D printed) drone…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — September 19

This week’s news covers printed items as well as business news. We begin with a Thingiverse designerr’s practical 3D printed battery holder that comes in three sizes and can be mounted or…

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — April 5

The stories we didn’t cover this week run the gamut, covering announcements of new 3D scanning techniques based on built-in smartphone sensors, Stratasys’ global expansion efforts, 3D printed concrete art…

Kepler Motors MOTION ‘Supercar’ Features 3D Printed Cast Titanium Upright by CRP Group

The new very limited edition ‘supercar’ from Kepler Motors, the MOTION, features 800 horsepower, a 550hp Twin-Turbo V6, and an all-wheel-drive system that launches it from zero to sixty in under…