It was 2008 when Paolo Cusano came to my laboratory bringing me a CAD draft of an ICP.
It was an initial version and presented some dimensional limits but the idea was good. Very good.
At a LAN party in Denmark done with the 87th I got to see a real ICP and on the return flight I decided to take this trip: to produce a small number of ICPs for me and my friends.
The sim flying sessions became more and more complicated an our reflexes always a little slower.
But, how to do it?
What materials and construction techniques should be adopted?
These were the first questions linked to the fact that there was no correct dimensional reference.
Hours of searching and drowing, undo and redo, until giving life to the first prototype finished in 2014.
Everything seemed ok but the desire to improve the product made us think differently. We decided to do not look at it from an economically advantageous point of view, but as compatible as possible with our “world”.
From there came the strength to face a new challenge of 3D printing and use the ICP project as episode 0 by linking extremely precise machinery such as our milling machine and our laser with our latest generation 3D liquid printing.
The result is something more than a hobby product. Electrical tests and checks on materials certify their durability and ease of use. Our products meet the current CE Certifications.
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