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CRP Technology

Modena, 41126

CRP Technology is one of the largest 3D Printing and rapid prototyping companies in Italy. It can count on production printers for additive manufacturing and this guarantees high quality standards for finished products, as well as multiple options for production. Thanks to the Windform line, this allows for the creation of highly-functional and beautifully finished parts suitable for multiple applications. CRP Technology 3D Printing materials have given birth to global products that require superior mechanical and aesthetic properties.

CRP Technology in the News

For the fourth section of the art exhibition dedicated to the museums and historical and architectural treasures of the province of Modena, two customized and generative masks “Collagene” by MHOX will be displayed. They were manufactured by CRP Technology using

Formula 1 world champion and sustainability entrepreneur Nico Rosberg is giving away his electric supersport motorcycle to raise money for charities helping families in need.

For the manufacture of components, CRP Technology has used the 3D printing technology called HSS (High Speed Sintering) and the Windform P1 isotropic material.

Company seeks to actively contribute to the coronavirus emergency.

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

Composite material is a carbon fiber filled flame-retardant LS material that is rated V-0.

One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

CRP Technology's Windform XT 2.0 carbon-composite material was used to create the wind tunnel testing model via selective laser sintering in just four days.

CubeSat, a TubeSats deployer, was developed via additive manufacturing using Windform XT 2.0 composite material.

Wiring in racecars is becoming more and more complex and power units are made up of several parts that need to be integrated into the final assembly.

CRP Technology unveils a new durable thermoplastic elastomer material with rubber-like features.

Krone Golf turned to CRP Group for construction of a CNC machined and 3D-printed driver clubhead.

Make stronger, lighter parts with a variety of composite additive manufacturing options.

Material choices continue to expand for industrial and prototyping applications.