FDM Digital Solutions joins the Xtreme3DParts network powered by Roboze

A strategic partnership for Roboze that is part of the project to revolutionize and improve additive manufacturing

UK-based FDM Digital Solutions and Italian 3D printing company Roboze are  now working together thanks to the Xtreme3DParts project, with the vision of transforming traditional manufacturing in the aerospace, F1, automotive and industrial sectors, through high performance 3D printing technologies and materials.

FDM Digital Solutions and Roboze share the same goal: leading their customers towards a new way of designing, developing and manufacturing their products, thanks to the Roboze’s machines precision and the availability of new super polymers, specifically engineered by Roboze’s Materials Scientists, increasing the FDM technology level.

“We believe there is a synergy between Roboze and FDM Digital Solutions,” said Graeme Bond, CEO of FDM Digital Solutions. As a matter of fact, the new partnership will allow several production processes to evolve, in a new and sustainable way: “There is a requirement for materials such as PEEK, PP, (polypropylene), and we believe we can develop a profitable market to deliver high end AM solutions to the UK and broader European markets.”

This is the result of the union between Roboze’s technology and FDM Digital Solution’s engineering expertise. The goal? Working together, exclusively with high performance materials, for the future of additive manufacturing in aerospace, automotive and industrial sectors.

Bond added: “Being part of the Xtreme 3DParts network gives us the possibility to realize something important. We have the expertise and Roboze has the innovation. We will be interested in sharing our knowledge to the benefit of the whole network. A growing awareness of Roboze technologies globally will benefit each region.”

“Roboze’s technology is largely used in the racing sector, as many F1, MotoGP, Nascar, 24HLemans stables use Roboze 3D printers and materials for the realization of finished parts,” stated Alessio Lorusso, Roboze’s Founder & CEO. “We are excited about this new partnership with FDM Digital Solutions. We believe that together we have managed to create a real solution for the British companies, able to let them show their potentialities, offering the opportunity to access our technology, supported by the FDM Digital Solutions expertise in production processes. Moreover, we are proud that FDM Digital Solutions decided to trust Roboze’s solutions in order to let the fusion filament technology take a step forward.”

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