CRP USA to present successful use cases for AM in motorsports at AMUG
CRP USA will be attending the Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMUG) conference. Stewart Davis, Director of Operations for CRP USA, will be presenting the paper: “Accelerating true innovation in Automotive and Motorsports using 3D printing and advanced composite materials”. The talk is scheduled for the 6th of May, 3 pm, at the Hilton Orlando, International Ballroom, in the Lake Highland room, at Lobby Level.
Stewart Davis will discuss some technical solutions that helped automotive and motorsports organizations reach their targets. He will demonstrate how the use of professional 3D printing (laser polymer PBF technology), along with Windform composite materials, developed by CRP Technology, is enabling the automotive and motorsports industries to meet ever-evolving performance standards, allowing forward-thinking teams to gain a competitive edge.
CRP is also going to be presenting the latest challenges and experiences in the field, including some related to EV motorsports and the Energica Motor Company motorcycles (which produces the Ego Corsa, a state-of-the-art electric racing motorcycle for the FIM Enel MotoE™ World Cup).
CRP USA works alongside key automotive and motorsports industry leaders. Based in Mooresville, North Carolina, CRP USA employs a highly skilled staff that specializes in the manufacturing and creation of end-use parts and prototypes built from Windform® high-performance composite materials for laser polymer PBF technology
With new projects and new developing perspectives in the field of AM, CRP USA has been a technological partner for multiple motorsports and aerospace applications and has achieved the AS9100 Rev D certification.