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Italian-based CRP Technology has gained new international success.
CRP Technology’s Windform P1 has been shortlisted for the Materials Award – Polymers at the TCT Awards 2019, following some strong competition and an intensive review by TCT Expert Advisory board.
Windform P1 is the inaugural new-born isotropic PA (polyamide) from the P-LINE family of materials for High speed production-grade 3d printing.
Franco Cevolini, VP and CTO at CRP Technology, “We are very pleased of this new nomination. Less than three months ago we were awarded (at the 3D Printing Industry Awards 2019) as ‘Material company of the year’ for our Windform TOP-LINE composite materials. And now this mention, which for the third year in a row places us among the international 3D printing elite. These are very important recognitions for the work that CRP Technology’s R&D Department has been doing every day for over 20 years.”
Windform P1 has been engineered for faster production of small end-use parts in higher volumes at lower cost, with detailed surface resolution. Furthermore, the quality and properties are similar to injection moulding.
“Thanks to Windform P1’” Franco Cevolini added, “mass production with 3D printing is now a reality! At CRP Technology we are pursuing non-stop innovation on the road to high tech for production manufacturing. Stay tuned for our constant evolution.”
The award ceremony will take place on Wednesday 25 September 2019 at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole in Birmingham, UK during the gala evening of the 2019 edition of the TCT Show.
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