composite materialsfor additive manufacturing
Creating a prototype is always a challenge. It involves stepping over the limits of knowledge and experience. The Additive Manufacturing represents the most advanced technique in obtaining, quickly, the finished testing model.
CRP Technology's Research & Development department has developed the range SLS material WINDFORM, which are used for Additive Manufacturing. WINDFORM is a product which allows the creation of perfectly functional prototypes for more multiple applications.
WINDFORM is a unique composite material within the Additive Manufacturing sector.
WINDFORM puts your imagination to the test with it's countless potential applications.
Windform XT 2.0 is the top performing sls material
Mercedes AMG PETRONAS uses the additive manufacturing material of CRP Technology: Windform XT 2.0. It represents the evolution of Windform XT.
Windform XT 2.0 is the high-tech material for Additive Manufacturing chosen by those working in motorsport, as it allows applications that are fully functional, as well as bench testing, or wind tunnel testing and racing on the track.
The material is available as powder, ready to be processed by the SLS machines. Windform XT 2.0 allows for the creation of accurate, reliable and durable prototypes and it is perfect for functional applications not only in motorsport field, but also in the automotive, air (for components UAV, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) aerospace and design.
CRP Technology once again demonstrates the reliability and high quality of its materials and its leadership in additive manufacturing.
WINDFORM, THE NEXT GENERATION OF 3D PRINTING
Since 1996, Windform materials have made it possible for laser sintering technology to create high-performing parts. Highly-functional, beautifully finished and proven reliable. Free-form design and the ability to build superior prototypes. Windform, impossible applications are now possible.
Beware any imitation.
Windform 3D Printing at the Grand Pavois with Livrea26
15th September 2015
New achievements for Windform materials
4th August 2015