CRP Technology will be attending the International AIRTEC Congress 2016 (major part of AIRTEC) in Munich on 27th October at Munich Exhibition Center Hall A1.
At 11 o’clock Matteo Levoni, Head of the Reverse Engineering Department at CRP Technology, will unveil how the use of Windform composite materials, originally developed for the motorsport industry, is now finding many uses in space exploration.
Levoni will also demonstrate the effectiveness of additive manufacturing and use of Windform as a structural material for UAVs applications.
AIRTEC is the world‘s most specialized trade fair for the entire international aerospace supply chain from engineering to production, components and systems and life cycle support. With its focus on the whole aerospace supply chain, AIRTEC facilitates an important international business platform for the dialogue among first, second and third tier suppliers and to OEMs. AIRTEC also provides a platform for participants to gain and extend their knowledge of the latest trends and developments in the aerospace industry.
Matteo Levoni Bemposti, Engineer Specialized in Additive Manufacturing and Windform Materials is the Head of the Reverse Engineering Department at CRP Technology in Modena. He attends international conferences as speaker on the use of the Additive Manufacturing in different field as aerospace, motorsport, aviation, automotive, marine and UAVs .