CRP USA to Display 3D Printed Solutions at Small Satellite Conference

CRP USA will be displaying cutting edge solutions for the space industry manufactured in the Windform family of materials By Caroline Rees / 04 Aug 2022
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CRP USA will be attending the annual Small Satellite Conference in-person from August 6-11, 2022 in Logan, Utah. As an exhibitor, CRP USA will be displaying its cutting edge solutions for the space industry 3D-printed in the Windform family of materials.

The company built up a Space Flight Heritage based on almost a decade of supplying cutting edge 3D printed solutions for space key industry leaders. All these solutions took part in successful Space missions: KYSAT-2 1U CubeSat launched into orbit as part of the NASA ElaNa IV mission; the hybrid, single-part Propulsion System AMPS used as a high impulse thruster for small to micro Cubical Satellites; TuPOD, the first complete 3D printed satellite launched from the ISS, designed both as a CubeSat and as a dispensing system for Tube Satellites, are only a few examples manufactured by CRP USA that contributed to the additive revolution in the small satellites arena. All the applications built by CRP USA benefit from the use of Windform composites for Laser-Powder Bed Fusion as manufacturing materials.

CRP USA will be exhibiting in the Taggart Student Center, table 35. The company will be displaying cutting edge solutions for the space industry manufactured in the Windform family of materials, and will demonstrate how L-PBF technology (Laser Sintering) with Windform is designed to meet the strict design and functionality requirements for space applications.

Small Satellite Conference

For more than 30 years, the Small Satellite Conference has been a place where innovators, engineers, problem solvers, scientists, and entrepreneurs come together to tackle challenges and push the boundaries of space exploration.

Each year, SmallSat Conference attendees share their successes and lessons learned, demonstrate their capabilities, network, and mentor for the next generation. 

During the 36th Annual Small Satellite Conference, attendees will investigate key advancements for small satellite missions to become transformational scientific discovery tools beyond low Earth orbit.

Posted by Caroline Rees Caroline co-founded Unmanned Systems Technology and has been at the forefront of the business ever since. With a Masters Degree in marketing Caroline has her finger on the pulse of all things unmanned and is committed to showcasing the very latest in unmanned technical innovation. Connect & Contact
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