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Tundra-M Drone Prototype Flies High Thanks to CRP Technology’s 3D Printing and Windform Materials

Tundra-M Drone Prototype Flies High Thanks to CRP Technology’s 3D Printing and Windform Materials

Italy-based CRP Technology, part of the larger CRP Group, has used its versatile Windform composite materials and SLS 3D printing technology to manufacture everything from masks and golf drivers to motorcycle components and drone prototypes. In a new case study, we’re getting a closer look at the 3D printed Tundra-M, the functional prototype of Hexadrone’s first modular, easy-to-use […]

Italy-based CRP Technology, part of the larger CRP Group, has used its versatile Windform composite materials and SLS 3D printing technology to manufacture everything from masks and golf drivers to motorcycle components and drone prototypes. In a new case study,...
3D Printing Materials Updates: Windform Passes New Tests, 3DVerkstan and add:north Partner Up

3D Printing Materials Updates: Windform Passes New Tests, 3DVerkstan and add:north Partner Up

CRP Technology is known for its Windform 3D printing materials, a collection of high-performance composite materials with strong thermal and mechanical properties. Windform materials are highly flexible, elastic, and resistant to damage from vibration, deformation, high and low temperatures, and liquids. They have been used in a variety of applications, from motorcycle parts and drones to artistic […]

CRP Technology is known for its Windform 3D printing materials, a collection of high-performance composite materials with strong thermal and mechanical properties. Windform materials are highly flexible, elastic, and resistant to damage from vibration, deformation,...
CRP Group Uses SLS 3D Printing and Windform Materials to Make Energica Motorcycle Components

CRP Group Uses SLS 3D Printing and Windform Materials to Make Energica Motorcycle Components

The 3D printed Energica Ego electric motorcycle debuted in 2016 by CRP Group subsidiary Energica. The Italian company uses CRP’s advanced, high performance Windform materials to 3D print the components for the motorcycle, which was on display at CES 2018. Energica is also developing the Ego Corsa motorbike for teams to race in next year’s FIM Enel MotoE World Cup. […]

The 3D printed Energica Ego electric motorcycle debuted in 2016 by CRP Group subsidiary Energica. The Italian company uses CRP’s advanced, high performance Windform materials to 3D print the components for the motorcycle, which was on display at CES 2018....
Bonneville Run: Streamliner with 3D Printed NACA Duct Breaks Long-Standing Record

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 enthusiasts have been traversing the Salt Flats for over 100 years. While most of us may be more familiar with conventional, brightly decorated racecars speeding […]

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 enthusiasts have been traversing the Salt Flats for over 100 years. While most of us...
FIM Enel MotoE World Cup: 3D Printing to Develop New Ego Corsa Electric Motorcycle

FIM Enel MotoE World Cup: 3D Printing to Develop New Ego Corsa Electric Motorcycle

Italy-based Energica is a subsidiary of CRP Group, a motorsports pioneer also headquartered in Italy and creator of the advanced Windform laser sintering materials, which were used to 3D print Energica’s Ego electric motorcycle. At this year’s CES, visitors to CRP Group’s booth had a chance to see the Ego’s 3D printed seats and dashboards for […]

Italy-based Energica is a subsidiary of CRP Group, a motorsports pioneer also headquartered in Italy and creator of the advanced Windform laser sintering materials, which were used to 3D print Energica’s Ego electric motorcycle. At this year’s CES,...
3D Printing as Seen at CES 2018: Part One

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 of Las Vegas. Many of these have been focused on 3D technologies, as additive manufacturing is showcased alongside a huge variety of 3D scanning and […]

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 of Las Vegas. Many of these have been focused on 3D technologies, as additive manufacturing is...
CRP Group Prepares to Hit CES 2018 with 3D Printed Motorcycles, Drones and Satellites

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 lot of looking ahead, and one of the first things to look forward to in 2018 is CES. The technological showcase is only a few […]

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 lot of looking ahead, and one of the first things to look forward to in 2018 is CES. The technological showcase...
Innovative TubeSats Deployer 3D Printed Using Windform XT 2.0

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 wrapping your head in tinfoil to block out their signals, the powerful entities I’m speaking of are national space programs and the International Space Station. […]

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 wrapping your head in tinfoil to block out their signals, the...
Vote for the Most Significant 3D Printed Thing in the World 2017

Vote for the Most Significant 3D Printed Thing in the World 2017

Soooo….a few weeks ago I released the definitive, totally unsurpassable Top 10 3D Printed Things. It turned out that sadly some mere mortals did in fact disagree with me. I’ve decided to do a rather more democratic approach. I’ve made a new list based on my initial suggestions, some more I came up with, coupled with […]

Soooo….a few weeks ago I released the definitive, totally unsurpassable Top 10 3D Printed Things. It turned out that sadly some mere mortals did in fact disagree with me. I’ve decided to do a rather more democratic approach. I’ve made a new list...
3D Printing News Briefs: June 13, 2017

3D Printing News Briefs: June 13, 2017

We’re talking about bioprinting and new filaments, trade shows and business in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. CollPlant has filed a patent application for bioprinting organs and tissues, while both Graphene 3D Lab and BigRep introduced new filaments. CRP Technology will be attending the Rapid.Tech 2017 trade show later this month, and 3Dexter will collaborate with Sightline […]

We’re talking about bioprinting and new filaments, trade shows and business in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. CollPlant has filed a patent application for bioprinting organs and tissues, while both Graphene 3D Lab and BigRep introduced new filaments. CRP...
Boat and Ship Industry Ideal for 3D Printer R&D Tax Credits

Boat and Ship Industry Ideal for 3D Printer R&D Tax Credits

The boat and ship industry is characterized by numerous boatyards, shipyards, and marinas that for natural reasons are often located in remote coastal areas. Although many boat and ship components are standard items, the added transportation costs and marine specifications often make parts and components difficult to source and very expensive. Moreover, the marine industry […]

The boat and ship industry is characterized by numerous boatyards, shipyards, and marinas that for natural reasons are often located in remote coastal areas. Although many boat and ship components are standard items, the added transportation costs and marine...
Case Study: 3D Printing and WINDFORM Aid in the Design of Motorcycle Components

Case Study: 3D Printing and WINDFORM Aid in the Design of Motorcycle Components

The world of motorcycle racing is a flashy and exciting one, but there’s a lot of work that happens behind the scenes before a bike can ever get onto the track. CRP Technology recently worked on a bike for a Moto3 customer that required a new front air inlet. Testing had shown that increasing airflow to […]

The world of motorcycle racing is a flashy and exciting one, but there’s a lot of work that happens behind the scenes before a bike can ever get onto the track. CRP Technology recently worked on a bike for a Moto3 customer that required a new front air inlet....
3D Printing News Briefs: May 19, 2017

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 SOMSA for the first time. DeskArtes, Thor3D, and EOS are all rolling out new software suites, while Sculpteo announces a new material. Make: has released a […]

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 SOMSA for the first time. DeskArtes, Thor3D, and EOS are all...
3D Printing News Briefs: March 28, 2017

3D Printing News Briefs: March 28, 2017

In this Tuesday edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re covering everything from 3D printers, printing materials, 3D scanning software, and virtual reality to business partnerships and future flight technologies. CRP Technology introduces its new Windform thermoplastic elastomer, while the Indiegogo campaign for the Visionsforge Forge One 3D printer just launched. Occipital announces the release […]

In this Tuesday edition of 3D Printing News Briefs, we’re covering everything from 3D printers, printing materials, 3D scanning software, and virtual reality to business partnerships and future flight technologies. CRP Technology introduces its new Windform...
3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week – March 11, 2017

3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week – March 11, 2017

In this week’s edition of “Stories We Missed,” we’ve got the latest 3D printing news from the medical sector, an artistic Kickstarter campaign, and more. Stratasys is 3D printing pediatric heart models for 200 patients in a clinical study, while Italy-based CRP Technology prepares to showcase its high-performance Windform materials at the 2017 JEC World show […]

In this week’s edition of “Stories We Missed,” we’ve got the latest 3D printing news from the medical sector, an artistic Kickstarter campaign, and more. Stratasys is 3D printing pediatric heart models for 200 patients in a clinical study,...
CES 2017: 3D Printing Days Three and Four in Photos

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 for time to walk the exhibit floors — and there was certainly a lot to see, as the Consumer Technology Association explained: “With more than […]

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 for time to walk the exhibit floors — and there was certainly a lot to see, as the...
Coming Soon to CES 2017: 3D Printed Smart Golf Club Coaches You On Your Swing

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 hearing about the invention that CRP Group and CRP USA are debuting in January at CES 2017, however, I might have to give it a shot. […]

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 hearing about the invention that CRP Group and CRP USA are debuting in January...
CRP Group and Krone Golf Complete Case Study of the KD-1 3D Printed Golf Driver

CRP Group and Krone Golf Complete Case Study of the KD-1 3D Printed Golf Driver

3D printing has brought major innovation to the sports world more than once over the last year, including these 3D printed shin guards, 3D printed football helmets, and this pair of 3D printed running shoes that were actually worn in the 2016 Rio Olympics by gold medal-winning American sprinter Allyson Felix! Now 3D printing is leaving track and […]

3D printing has brought major innovation to the sports world more than once over the last year, including these 3D printed shin guards, 3D printed football helmets, and this pair of 3D printed running shoes that were actually worn in the 2016 Rio Olympics by gold...
3D Printing: The Stories We Missed This Week — October 15, 2016

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 announced that their underwriters will exercise their option to purchase an additional 275,275 American Depositary Shares (ADS), and will also transition their new bioprinting activity […]

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 announced that their underwriters will exercise their option to purchase...
3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — June 11

3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — June 11

This week’s 3D printing news begins with evidence that the U.S. military is increasingly researching ways to integrate 3D printing into its daily operations. One example of this is a 3D printing class offered for Marines at a base camp in Lejeune, North Carolina — which we cover here. Next, two new partnerships signal that companies seek […]

This week’s 3D printing news begins with evidence that the U.S. military is increasingly researching ways to integrate 3D printing into its daily operations. One example of this is a 3D printing class offered for Marines at a base camp in Lejeune, North Carolina...
CRP Technology, 3D Printing, and Windform Instrumental in the Design of the Parrot Bebop 2 Leisure Drone

CRP Technology, 3D Printing, and Windform Instrumental in the Design of the Parrot Bebop 2 Leisure Drone

As drones are becoming more common, they’re being built for a variety of purposes; delivery and relief and military operations are just a couple. Then there’s the leisure drone. The name makes it sound like it should be bringing you drinks by the side of the pool – and I’m sure there will be a drone for that […]

As drones are becoming more common, they’re being built for a variety of purposes; delivery and relief and military operations are just a couple. Then there’s the leisure drone. The name makes it sound like it should be bringing you drinks by the side of...
3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — April 30

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 to be used for a delivery in the US has been accepted at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, and a 3D scanned Alien replica […]

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 to be used for a delivery in the US has been accepted at the Smithsonian...
Energica Ego: Italian 3D Printed Electric Motorcycle to Debut at CES 2016

Energica Ego: Italian 3D Printed Electric Motorcycle to Debut at CES 2016

The new year has not even yet rung in, but excitement has certainly already been revving up for months regarding CES 2016–and with obvious reason. Promising the usual ‘star-studded show,’ this event centers around highlighting the truly revolutionary technology of today and tomorrow. Attracting innovators and enthusiasts from all over the world, this year the event will be […]

The new year has not even yet rung in, but excitement has certainly already been revving up for months regarding CES 2016–and with obvious reason. Promising the usual ‘star-studded show,’ this event centers around highlighting the truly revolutionary technology...
3D Printing: The Stories We Didn’t Cover This Week — September 19

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 stacked. Also, a Dutch minister’s 3D printed, funky, high-profile outfit made the rounds near royalty this month during an event attended by heads of state and the […]

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 stacked. Also, a Dutch minister’s 3D printed,...
CRP USA’s Windform Materials Let Them Re-imagine Additive Manufacturing

CRP USA’s Windform Materials Let Them Re-imagine Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing and proprietary Windform materials were used to build a number of parts of the Cubesat KySat-2 which was launched into orbit as part of a NASA mission out of Wallops Flight Facility. CRP USA says their Windform materials are ideal to stretch the limits of SLS applications, and they say the fact that Kentucky Space […]

Additive manufacturing and proprietary Windform materials were used to build a number of parts of the Cubesat KySat-2 which was launched into orbit as part of a NASA mission out of Wallops Flight Facility. CRP USA says their Windform materials are ideal to stretch the...
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