CRP Group launches Windform® P1, a new 3D printing material in its P-LINE family

Intended for High speed production-grade 3D printing, the newly launched Windform® P1 is an isotropic PA material that enables a faster production of small end-use parts in higher volumes at lower cost, with detailed surface resolution. According to CRP Group, the quality and properties are similar to injection molding.

Its other mechanical properties include a high flexibility, insulation (CTI rating of 600), full density and high recyclability and serves various applications in the automotive, electrical, consumer and household goods industries.

Until now, the most highlighted material in the “P-Line” family, is Windform®. P stands for Production and includes the use of HSS technology (High Speed Sintering), as part of the manufacturing process. Furthermore, as per the company’s words, the material is most appropriate for the production of small 3D Printed components.

Our aim” stated Franco Cevolini, “is to constantly creating technological breakthroughs.   We invest in Research and Development as well as new technology: with Windform® P-LINE, we want to provide even more tangible, turnkey solutions which can satisfy any customers’ requirements.”

As a reminder, CRP GROUP’s composite materials are no longer commercialized in 3D printing service bureaus, so if you need this material, you should directly reach out to the company.

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