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Friday 30th July 2021 03:26 AM

CRP Technology Launches New Composite Material For 3D Printing


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Since mid-90', CRP Technology has been shifting the rules of additive producing, smashing records and setting models nowadays that apply to the 3D printing technology with polyamide materials.

A clear sign of this continued performance is Windform® FR1 (FR stands for Flame Retardant), the new-born material from the Windform® TOP-LINE family of composite materials for Additive Manufacturing.

It is designed to become a game-changing material in the field of 3D printing for its singularity: it is the first Flame Retardant (UL 94 V-0 rated) material for Additive Manufacturing which is carbon fiber reinforced.

It is also handed successfully the FAR 25.853 12-second vertical and 15-second horizontal flammability tests as well as the 45° Bunsen burner test.

"Only a few days from the launch of a new range of Windform® materials, the P-LINE for HSS technology - commented Franco Cevolini, VP and CTO at CRP Technology - I'm very proud to launch a new advanced composite material from the Windform® TOP-LINE family of materials for Laser Sintering technology. Our aim is to constantly produce technological breakthroughs. With Windform® FR1 we can steer you toward the proper solution for your projects"

Windform® FR1 is halogen free polyamide-based material, that combines superior mechanical properties with excellent stiffness and lightweight.

Owing to its flame-retardant quality, this high-performance polyamide based composite material is right for Aircrafts and Aerospace applications (interior parts, cockpit, cabin components, air conditioning piping, air ducts, air outlet valves); Automotive and Transportation parts (vehicle interiors, housing and enclosure assemblies); Consumer goods and Electronics (lighting, appliances) and in general for any parts needing flame retardant rating.

Windform® FR1 is also ideal for high feature detail applications necessitating FAR 25.853 fire retardant compliancy.

Windform® FR1 is also ideal for the manufacturing of components with detailed surface resolution.

"We will not stop here- added Franco Cevolini - we will continue our work on renewal and technological expansion in the field of Additive Manufacturing. Stay tuned!"



This article is originally posted on manufacturingtomorrow.com


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CRP Technology Launches New Composite Material For 3D Printing


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Since mid-90', CRP Technology has been shifting the rules of additive producing, smashing records and setting models nowadays that apply to the 3D printing technology with polyamide materials.

A clear sign of this continued performance is Windform® FR1 (FR stands for Flame Retardant), the new-born material from the Windform® TOP-LINE family of composite materials for Additive Manufacturing.

It is designed to become a game-changing material in the field of 3D printing for its singularity: it is the first Flame Retardant (UL 94 V-0 rated) material for Additive Manufacturing which is carbon fiber reinforced.

It is also handed successfully the FAR 25.853 12-second vertical and 15-second horizontal flammability tests as well as the 45° Bunsen burner test.

"Only a few days from the launch of a new range of Windform® materials, the P-LINE for HSS technology - commented Franco Cevolini, VP and CTO at CRP Technology - I'm very proud to launch a new advanced composite material from the Windform® TOP-LINE family of materials for Laser Sintering technology. Our aim is to constantly produce technological breakthroughs. With Windform® FR1 we can steer you toward the proper solution for your projects"

Windform® FR1 is halogen free polyamide-based material, that combines superior mechanical properties with excellent stiffness and lightweight.

Owing to its flame-retardant quality, this high-performance polyamide based composite material is right for Aircrafts and Aerospace applications (interior parts, cockpit, cabin components, air conditioning piping, air ducts, air outlet valves); Automotive and Transportation parts (vehicle interiors, housing and enclosure assemblies); Consumer goods and Electronics (lighting, appliances) and in general for any parts needing flame retardant rating.

Windform® FR1 is also ideal for high feature detail applications necessitating FAR 25.853 fire retardant compliancy.

Windform® FR1 is also ideal for the manufacturing of components with detailed surface resolution.

"We will not stop here- added Franco Cevolini - we will continue our work on renewal and technological expansion in the field of Additive Manufacturing. Stay tuned!"



This article is originally posted on manufacturingtomorrow.com

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