thinking beyond

The CRPM currently has ten AM machines which makes it one of the best equipped AM centres of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.



EOSINT P technology to manufacture (laser-sintered) plastic prototypes in nylon and Aluminium/Nylon matrix materials.



EOSINT P technology can be used to manufacture polystyrene sacrificial parts to be utilized during the investment casting process.



EOS Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) technology to manufacture prototypes, products and mould inserts directly in metal alloys.



EOS DMLS technology to manufacture prototypes and prosthesis directly in titanium.



3D SYSTEMS and EnvisionTEC technologies to manufacture resin-based prototypes which have a good surface finish and accuracy.



EOSINT S technology to manufacture sand cores and moulds using the direct Croning™ process.

CRPM acknowledges the support of NRF, THRIP, DST, MRC, TIA and industry partners that made this dream a reality.

Uploaded: 16 March 2020
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