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CRP Technology presents new carbon fiber filled composite for 3D printing
Source:Adsale Plastics Network    Editor:JK    Date:22.Jun.2021

CRP Technology has launched a new material from Windform TOP-LINE range, the polyamide-based carbon fiber filled composite Windform RS for professional 3D printing, for Powder Bed Fusion process with composite polymers fibers-reinforced, which delivers strength, stiffness and ductility required for heavy-duty applications.

 

This latest advancement from CRP Technology was created and formulated at the company’s Italian-based facility for use in additive manufacturing via Laser Polymer Melting technology.

 

Windform RS has a very high tensile strength (85.25 MPa) and at the same time a good ductility (Elongation at Break of 9.46%) and a low density (1,10 g / cc).


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CRP Technology has launched the polyamide-based carbon fiber filled composite Windform RS for professional 3D printing.


The high resilience/strength properties allow it to withstand shocks at various ranges of temperature, even sub-zero (it has been successfully tested to - 40 °C, -40 °F). It has also been rated HB according to the flammability UL 94 test; moreover, it exhibits waterproof characteristics down to just 1 millimeter part thickness.

 

“We’re building upon CRP Technology’s expertise in AM to create new composite materials at the highest level for our customers’ benefit,” said Engineer Franco Cevolini, CEO and CTO, CRP Technology. “In the past three years, we have launched five new materials, two for the new-born family Windform P-LINE for HSS technology, and three for the world-renowned Windform TOP-LINE family for Laser Polymer Melting.

 

Windform RS is suited for tough, intricate and complex 3D printed PBF parts, robust functional prototypes and heavy-duty end-use applications withstanding harsh environments.

 

Windform RS is suitable for custom production, preseries parts and mission-critical components for the most demanding industry such as Aerospace, Military, Robotics, Motorsports, Automotive and Marine.

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