CRP Technology will be attending the inaugural edition of the MarineAM conference with an online presentation with Q&A dedicated to the advantages of the PBF process and Windform composite materials for marine equipment. Note that in this case, the “AM” in MarineAM stands for “Advanced Materials”, however the conference will also be focusing on advanced and additive manufacturing.
The presentation by VP and CTO Franco Cevolini is scheduled for Tuesday the 6th of July, 2021, at 14:20 BST. The 2 day in-person event will take place in Southampton, UK, form July 6th to the 7th. CRP Technology’s latest material release, the Windform RS Carbon fiber-filled composite, will be introduced during the conference.
CRP Technology, a world-leading company in professional 3D printing via PBF processes with its patented Windform fiber-reinforced composites, will be attending and also exhibiting through the two-day conference and relative exhibition focused on advanced materials for the marine sector.
“We have been invited to take part in the event as industry innovator – stated Ing. Franco Cevolini, VP and CTO, CRP Technology – and we accepted with pleasure. MarineAM rallies thought leaders, keynotes members and selected speakers with a clear passion for innovation and technology, ready to share their latest experiences and developments with attendees.”
CRP Technology will explain how the Windform composite materials, originally developed for the motorsports industry, are now finding many uses in other high-performance and demanding sectors, thanks to their mechanical characteristics.
Ing. Cevolini added: “3D printing PBF process and Windform materials allow the manufacturing of finished parts as well as functional prototypes for marine equipment applications, highly customized, avoiding the construction of molds and or permanent toolings, with no limits in design. Let me cite just a few examples: small and medium parts or elements on the main deck, non-metallic marine motor components. The presentation will offer technical information about a technology that is not magic, but that surely brings benefits to the marine industry.”
MarineAM will give participants the opportunity to learn about the latest innovations, advancements and projects all taking advantage of advanced materials within the Marine sector. Bringing together designers, material suppliers, innovators and investors, the conference will look at the latest and greatest in the world of marine craft and vessels, marine technology and engineering. Attendees, sponsors and organizers have one key objective: to deliver the best possible opportunities and outcomes for the Advanced Materials industry. MarineAM is part of Advanced Materials Events.