CRP Technology will be attending for the first time Alba Orbital’s PocketQube Workshop 2020 as speaker and virtual exhibitor.
The 2020 edition will be held online from the 8th to 9th of October 2020.
On Oct 8th, over Zoom cloud platform, starting at 16:50 to 17:10 (BST), CRP Technology will be presenting the paper: “Composite Additive Materials for NanoSats’ manufacturing”.
Engineer Franco Cevolini, CTO and VP CRP Technology comments: “In the last few years 3D printing technology has reached new heights with the manufacture of structural components for the new generation of Space parts and structures. The uniqueness results have been obtained especially in the field of PocketQubes and CubeSats by using high performance composite materials, as our Windform TOP-LINE family. “
The paper will be highlighting the challenges related to making nanosatellite missions successful.
The advantages of using professional 3D printing and composite Carbon-or Glass-reinforced materials for the construction of nanosatellites structures will be discussed. Will be also shared an overview of some space missions that marked a new milestone in the 3D printed small satellite arena, such as Alba Pod V2, the 3D printed deployer for the world’s most advanced picosatellites by Alba Orbital.
The registration link is www.pocketqubeworkshop.com/registration
During the two-days virtual event, all the attendees will be able to reach CRP Technology’s virtual exhibition page to read and download some technical material concerning CRP Technology’s contribution to the increased use of 3D printing in the Aero field. A chat link hosted by CRP Technology team will be active to enable participants to jump into conversation with CRP Technology AM specialist staff.
The 4th Annual PocketQube workshop is an international conference addressing the technical challenges associated with developing PocketQube technology for widening space access, shaping the future of space democratisation in the process. The PocketQube workshop provides a unique forum for collaboration between industry professionals, academic researchers and students who are developing the new and rapidly growing field of picosatellites. It is an opportunity to explore PocketQube technology, as the two day workshop brings together World leading innovators from the PocketQube community and will cover all areas for PocketQube developers.