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3D printing materials and services provider CRP Technology has deployed its proprietary Windform XT 2.0 polymer to fabricate an end-use sensor housing box for one of its clients.
Commissioned by the machine part producer IMAL, the functional quality control component was entirely created using additive manufacturing, and later finished using CNC machining. By deploying its end-to-end manufacturing service, CRP was able to rapidly produce the parts that IMAL required, with strong resistance qualities and a high level of surface finish.
The final product left new-adopters IMAL very impressed with the level of precision that could be achieved via CRP’s 3D printing solutions. “This is our first experience with professional 3D printing, and we are very satisfied,” commented an IMAL spokesperson. “Working with CRP Technology we had collaboration, high quality, competence and an open and constructive approach towards us.”
IMAL used CRP’s 3D printing services to produce a sensor housing box (pictured) for a client. Image via CRP Technology.
CRP Technology’s range of 3D printing solutions
Although CRP’s parent company was founded in 1970, CRP Technology wasn’t established until 1996. The original business had strong links to the motorsport industry, and CRP’s US base is located near the …
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