For the first time as an exhibitor at the le Bourget air show 2023, CRP will be sharing ITT Inc.’s booth in the USA Pavilion and display advanced 3D printed parts for aerospace applications.
For the first time, CRP Technology will attend the Paris Air Show with its partner, ITT Inc.
The event will take place at the Le Bourget Parc des Expositions from 19 June to 25 June 2023.
CRP Technology will be sharing booth A148 in Hall 3, USA Pavilion, with ITT brands Cannon, Enidine, Aerospace Controls, Micro-Mode and Matrix Composites.
The show will be a great opportunity for attendees to discover how the use of Windform composite materials for industrial 3D printing, which was originally developed for the motorsports industry, is being used in space exploration applications.
CRP Technology representatives will also demonstrate how employment of the Windform range of materials has contributed to the most important technological advancements of aero structures and small satellites, ranging from pico- to mini-satellites.
Functional prototypes of flight-ready parts manufactured by CRP Technology and partner company CRP USA will be on display. These prototypes, including the retaining ring, stator, cubesat and TuPOD, have been used on different in-flight operational experiences and space missions.
TuPOD achieved an important milestone in the small satellite arena by becoming the first complete 3D printed satellite deployer launched from the International Space Station – a unique 3D printed 3U CubeSat and a dispensing system for two tube satellites.
CRP Technology representatives look forward to meeting you at the le Bourget air show 2023 for productive discussions about the value our solutions can add to your business and showcasing our Windform range of composite materials for industrial 3D printing.
Through its Cannon, Enidine, Aerospace Controls, CRP Technology, Micro-Mode and Matrix Composites brands, ITT is a leader in designing, developing and manufacturing customizable mission-critical, harsh environment commercial and military aerospace solutions.
The 54th edition of the Paris Air Show will bring together leading companies in the global aerospace industry to display their latest technological innovations. The first four days of the Show are reserved for trade visitors, followed by three days for the general public.