CRP Technology is an Italian company born in the 1970's specializing in the production of high performance materials for the auto racing industry. In 1996 a spinoff of the company developed the Windform specifically for 3D printing processes. In 2008 CRP USA was established in California and in 2010 CRP Technology was divided into three new companies aimed at focusing on the target market: CRP Meccanica, CRP Technology and CRP Service. The newly established units of the CRP Group collaborate together with CRP Racing and CRP USA. The range of Windform materials, powders used specifically in laser sintering additive manufacturing, includes the SP, GT, XT 2.0, LX 2.0, GF 2.0, FX and PS. Windform XT 2.0, a mix of polyamide and carbon fiber is the top material in the range. Another relevant project undertaken by CRP is development of Energica, the first fully electric superbike made in Italy. New versions of the motorcycle have been on show at Italy's EICMA. The bike is scheduled to go into production starting in 2015. The company also offers 3D printing for end part manufacturing and rapid prototyping processes, and is one of the larger company offering these services in Italy.