Roboze, a supplier of some of the most accurate 3D printers in the world that are capable of replacing metal with super polymers and composite materials, has entered the National Competence Center CIM4.0 (Competence Industry Manufacturing 4.0) as Activity Partner.
CIM4.0 is a network made of Politecnico and Univeristy of Turin, together with 22 partner businesses, offering strategic and operational support within an industry 4.0 development context through technological services and advanced training courses. To offer the best possible support to small and medium-sized Italian companies in terms of technology transfer and digitization of innovative processes and products, CIM4.0 has activated several strategic collaborations involving industrial players of national and international caliber.
Among these, in the context of the most advanced technologies in the additive manufacturing field, is Roboze – a company that is redesigning the manufacturing industry and revolutionizing the world of 3D printing for super polymers and composites, through its technological ecosystem. The company’s offering includes some of the most industrialized 3D printers in the world that offer tailor-made production based on the specific needs of large and small businesses. The synergy with CIM4.0 aims to guarantee Italian SMEs the use of systems capable of accelerating the adoption of 3D printing not only for rapid and functional prototyping but also, above all, for the production of finished parts.
“We are very excited to welcome in our Competence Center, as Activity Partner, Roboze, a key player in the field of the most advanced 3D printing technologies. The technological growth of our Competence Center continues, thanks also to the collaboration with important Italian and international innovative industries. The main mission is to offer companies, in particular small and medium-sized companies, an increasingly complete and sustainable support with respect to major challenges related to the digital and ecological transition,” said Enrico Pisino, CEO of CIM4.0.
“At Roboze we want to accelerate the world’s transition towards smarter and more sustainable production and we are aware that the only way to achieve truly revolutionary results is to share ideas, knowledge, and passion,” said Alessio Lorusso, Founder, and CEO of Roboze. “We recognize the central role of CIM 4.0 in this evolution and that is why we are very excited to start this collaboration, which is strategic not only for us, but for all the companies supported by the Competence Center.”