21 March 2019
21 March 2019
CRP USA will be attending Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) as speaker. The 31st edition of AMUG will be held from 31 March to 4 April 2019, at the Hilton Chicago, in Chicago, Illinois, US.
At the 2019 edition Stewart Davis will be presenting the paper: ‘Construction of CubeSatellite used to dispense TubeSatellites using Additive Manufacturing’.
The speech is set for 1 April, 2PM, at the International Ballroom, Hilton Chicago, in the track: ‘Aerospace/Transportation’.
Stewart Davis will explain how the use of Windform composite materials, originally developed for the Motorsports industry by CRP Technology, is now finding many uses in space exploration.
Mr. Davis will also demonstrate the effectiveness of additive manufacturing and the use of Windform as a structural material for space applications. Highlighted at AMUG will be the case study that follows the successful construction and launch of the TuPod.
CRP USA works alongside key space industry leaders.
CRP USA says it employs highly skilled staff that specialises in the manufacturing and creation of end-use parts and prototypes built from Windform high performance composite materials for LS technology.
With new projects and new developing perspectives in the field of AM, CRP USA has been the technological partner of space applications such as the construction of a CubeSat in additive manufacturing, gathering the interest of the most important bodies involved in space engineering.
Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) Conference brings together engineers, designers, managers, and educators from around the world to share expertise, best practices, challenges, and application development in additive manufacturing.
AMUG is a global community focused on accelerating the education and advancement of additive manufacturing and 3D Printing.
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