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CRP Technology presents 3D printed solutions for aerospace and drones at AERO 2024

CRP Technology, a provider of 3D printing services, will be exhibiting for the first time at the prestigious AERO 2024 aerospace show. The company, known for its Windform range of advanced composite materials, is reaffirming its commitment to supporting the aerospace industry through innovative additive manufacturing solutions.

AERO 2024, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, will take place from April 17 to 20 in Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance. CRP Technology will be present in Hall B1, Stand 503, giving visitors an insight into the latest developments in aerospace and drone technology. The applications, structures and components on display will be from CRP Technology’s highly acclaimed range of composite materials specifically optimized for aerospace requirements.

CRP Technology has made a name for itself in particular with the use of selective laser sintering (SLS) for the production of components. The Windform composites, including carbon and fiberglass variants, offer outstanding mechanical properties and are critical for reducing weight while maintaining structural integrity – a critical aspect in drone construction.

Over the years, Windform materials have proven their reliability, not least through their use in successful space missions. The materials are particularly resistant to extreme weather conditions and environmental factors, making them ideal for use in drones that have to operate in challenging conditions.

Another focus of CRP Technology’s presence at the show will be the e-flight expo, an area of AERO 2024 dedicated to innovative solutions in the field of electric aviation. Windform materials are ideal for use in electric aircraft due to their high strength-to-weight ratio and compatibility with electric propulsion systems.

“We are thrilled to participate in AERO 2024 and showcase our innovative aerospace and drone solutions,” said Franco Cevolini, CEO and Technical Director at CRP Technology. “Our Windform composites have been instrumental in driving advancements in these sectors, offering unparalleled performance and reliability. We look forward to engaging with industry professionals and demonstrating the capabilities of our cutting-edge manufacturing materials Windform.”

Visitors to the CRP Technology stand can find out first-hand about the potential of additive manufacturing and discuss specific projects and cooperation opportunities directly with experts.

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