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CRP Technology opens U.S. office

Rapid prototyping and rapid manufacturing materials producer CRP Technology has announced the opening of its new U.S. office in Southern California.

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Posted on: 1/22/2008
Source: CompositesWorld

CRP Technology (Modena, Italy) has announced a new office in southern California. The company has been involved with many winning racing teams, from F1, to MotoGP, WRC (World Rally Championship), American Le Mans Series and Rally Raid (Paris –Dakar).

CRP offers extensive experience with more than 30 years in CNC machining, rapid prototyping (RP) and rapid manufacturing (RM), casting technology, design optimization and materials development. It supplies the innovative trademarked Windform range of laser sintering composite materials and is also involved at the earliest design and development stages.

Stewart Davis will be the director of operations for CRP USA. He will be working to introduce CRP Technology's motor sports focused philosophy to North America. His territory will also cover South America and Australia. His work will include sales and customer support for all of CRP Technology's services.

"I am very happy to have the opportunity to work with CRP Technology and bring their experience and team focused approach to the US. The motor sports industry in Europe has benefitted with a key partner in CRP Technology. I believe teams in this new territory will appreciate our experience and approach.”

Stewart's Motor Sports experience spans the industry and includes projects with teams in NASCAR, Formula One, World Super Bike, AMA Super Bike and Super Moto. Stewart has worked closely with aerospace companies in the development of flight-certified rapid manufactured components, co-authoring two papers on the subject.

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