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Roboze: Highlights from Formnext 2016

The second edition of formnext, the international exhibition and conference for the next generation of manufacturing technologies, just ended and Italian industrial 3D printer manufacturer Roboze was among the protagonists.

formnext_2016_85_RobozeThis is year the trade fair was an amazing show full of new stimuli and confirmations. Bigger than the first edition, with new and leading players of additive manufacturing technology. The Roboze team attended with a larger booth, exhibiting its flagship product Roboze One+400, that sparked a huge interest from visitors, mostly by professional users of versatile 3d printing technologies who were looking for innovative solutions for advanced applications.

In the first edition the company showed the beta version of its machine and now, after one year, it is showing the final product, built with cooperation and collaboration from strategic partners in fields of aeronautics, aerospace and automotive. These companies are using the company’s technology to implement 3D printing in their manufacturing processes.

We finally can say that Roboze One+400 Industrial 3D printer for techno-polymers is ready to revolutionize the entire additive manufacturing sector. At Roboze’s stand, it was quite impressive to see and hold real final parts printed with high thermoplastic materials. Those that have aroused the most successful were PEEK and PEI (known as ULTEM) and it was also amazing to see the new partnership between Roboze and the Formula 1 team Manor Racing for automotive application with end users parts made with Carbon PA and others used for metal replacement

We are very excited to have been part of this edition of Formnext” says Alessio Lorusso, Roboze CEO. “It has been a natural step for us and a great opportunity to present our technology. We attended last year for the first time in the start up area, and this year we were close to Simens and XJet. I strongly believe Roboze is in position now at the frontiere of techno-polymers solutions for the industrial additive manufacturing sector. We presented a working innovative technology and shared the advantages of printing with high performance and high temperature techno-polymers for end-use parts and real functional prototypes”. 

Roboze_formnext-4On the last day the potential of this new solution was better explained by Gil Lavi, VP Global Sales & Business Development on the Formnext TCT stage event, where he shared the story of Roboze since it was established in 2013 and its solutions. Especially focused on the company’s beltless mechanical movement system that takes FFF quality, accuracy and repeatability to a whole different level, together with presenting a comparison with Mid and High-End FDM technology.

Furthermore, displaying real end-use parts of advanced applications printed by Roboze unique techno-polymers materials, made by the company’s customers from automotive, medical, aviation and more. After that the speech convert on explanation of capabilities of high thermoplastics with an interesting view of Roboze’s future, in term of material innovations.

Now let’s all keep an eye out for the technologies that the Italian company will bring to market in the coming months.

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About Davide Sher

Over the last decade Davide has built up extensive experience as both a technology journalist and communications consultant. Born in Milan, Italy, he spent 12 years in the United States, where he received his undergraduate degree from SUNY Stony Brook. He is a senior analyst for US-based firm SmarTech Publishing focusing on the additive manufacturing industry. He founded London-based 3D Printing Business Media Ltd. which specialises in media and communications services for the 3DP and AM industry, through which he runs 3D Printing Business Directory, the largest global directory of companies related to 3DP, as well as two editorial websites, 3D Printing Media Network and Il Replicatore.

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