Global 3D printer maker ROBOZE recently exhibited at Formnext 2019. This is the largest 3D printing exhibit of the year. The firm has registered the validation of the market for its unique strategy. This is for large scale 3D printing of high-performance materials. This is in a move to unveil a new device, auxiliary units, and materials, and also closing a deal with Solvay.
With the ARGO 350, 3D printer array from ROBOZE grew to six devices. This is while catering variously to new, professional, and amateur users of high-performance materials. Roboze is making sure that it has materials to sustain the growing performance demands of its clients.
This is all thanks to the partnership Solvay and SABIC. The firm is addressing post and pre-processing stages of the 3D printing procedure chain to guarantee the condition of the parts. This is also thanks to the development of the Heat Treatment Process.
ROBOZE is establishing itself to provide clients a contentious advantage in business. “At ROBOZE, we aim to transfer our know-how in industrial high-temperature 3D printing, results of a deep listening of our customers’ needs,” the Marketing Director at ROBOZE, Ilaria Guicciardini explains.
“We have the strength to design and manufacture our solutions in-house and we are very fast setting the industrial standards that the market is looking for.” Guicciardini added.
ROBOZE hardware innovations
The ARGO 350 is part of the Production Solutions portfolio by ROBOZE. The machine has an inbuilt procedure regulation and a heated chamber of up to 180 180°C. It is intended to create everything from functional prototypes to end-use pieces. A more compressed design of the ARGO 500. The 350 provide a designed container that measures 350 by 300 by 300mm.
The ARGO 350 is similar to other ROBOZE 3D printers. It is furnished with the licensed beltless system of the company. It uses a strong steel frame and wing in place of the normal X/Y belt. The beltless technology of ROBOZE improves FFF correctness to a positioning exactness matching 0.4µ inch (0.01 mm).
Also, the 350 is completed by a grant-pending ROBOZE High Viscosity Polymer extruder. It accelerates the pace and improves precision at which the demanding polymers such as PEEK are placed.
“Our vision, since the very beginning, conceives 3D printing at the same level of traditional manufacturing methods. When producing a new part, it is strictly necessary to take care of the entire process, from concept phase to the finished part, in order to get the best quality with no compromises,” says Head of Mechanical Design, Eng. Rocco Maggialetti.