The COVID-19 pandemic and associated economic lock-down have forced many businesses in various sectors of the economy to seek alternative ways to earn. At the same time, some companies took advantage of this circumstance to expand their current activity or to direct it to new tracks, adapting to new expectations and needs. The Italian manufacturer of industrial 3D printers Roboze decided to follow a new path and, regardless of its flagship activity, expands it with 3D printing services.

The idea is trivial in its simplicity – in the newly created Roboze 3D Parts Network, all owners of 3D printers of the Italian manufacturer can begin to provide specialized 3D printing services based on thermoplastic materials such as PEEK, CARBON PEEK, EXTEM ™ (TPI), CARBON PA, or ULTEM ™ AM9085F. Customers who use the services of this network can count on super durable and resistant to high temperatures details. Due to the fact that all network members will fulfill orders using the same machines and manufacturing technologies, Roboze naturally reduced the problem of repeatability or quality.

The companies that make up the Roboze 3D Parts Network have the highest production systems in terms of functionality (and price…) produced by Roboze in the form of ARGO. The 3D printers come in two versions: 350 (with a working area of ​​350 x 300 x 300 mm) and 500 (with a working area of ​​500 x 500 x 500 mm). The working chamber is closed and heated. Moving components move without the use of transmission belts, based on Roboze patented mechatronic solutions.


Paweł Ślusarczyk
CEO of 3D Printing Center. Has over 15 years' experience in buisiness, gained in IT, advertising and polygraphy. Part of 3D printing industry since 2013.

Comments are closed.

You may also like

More in News