How will 3D printing foster a revolution in both manufacturing and product development? In this article looking at the future of 3D printing, the CEO of CRP Group tells us more.
The future of 3D Printing by Franco Cevolini, CEO CRP Technology and CRP Meccanica
The majority may only have discovered the world of Additive Manufacturing and 3D printing in the last decade, but CRP Technology has been familiar with its most obscure backwaters since 1996, when the company created, in-house, one of the first 3D printing departments with professional printers for SLS, backed up by an R&D department for material development, capable of transforming rapid prototyping into rapid manufacturing.
CRP Technology was among the first to import Additive Manufacturing technology to Europe and Italy and develop Windform® family of materials, some of the international market’s most high-performance laser sintering materials, in use for more than 20 years in the motorsport, space, UAV sectors.