04 December 2018
04 December 2018
CRP USA will be displaying 3D printed solutions for the automotive and motorsports industries manufactured using Windform composite materials at the PRI (Performance Racing Industry) Trade Show in Indianapolis, Indiana, US, on 6-8 December
With its roots in F1 racing, CRP USA produces on-car prototype and end-use components for racing teams and automotive manufacturers. It specialises in the manufacturing and creation of parts and prototypes built from Windform composite materials for laser sintering, creating by CRP Technology. Windform materials allow for the construction of aesthetic and fully functional parts with high mechanical properties in a very short period of time, and with maximum design freedom.
“The PRI Show is where the business of racing starts and where race teams begin to look for ways to stay ahead of the competition," says Stewart Davis, Director of Operations CRP USA. "This is the right trade show for CRP USA as it offers unlimited business opportunities. Me and my staff will be providing insight on the latest, invaluable 3D printed applications we manufactured in Windform composite materials via laser sintering technology for the racing world.”
Photo provided by CRP USA
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