“3D Printing gets XTREME” with Roboze
Roboze is proving its worth on the additive manufacturing market. After several collaborations to develop its activities in the EMEA region and the UAE, as well as the development of 3D printing solutions, Roboze will introduce at Formnext its new desktop/production series. The company’s goal was to enhance the production of parts in PEEK and CARBON PEEK with FFF technology.
Called Xtreme, the launch of these FDM 3D printers is significant for the Italian company since it creates a bridge between Roboze desktop versions One and Roboze One + 400 and the Argo 500 printer, which was the first solution of the company in the production series.
Xtreme Roboze printers
Roboze has designed this 3D printer in a way that it remains very quiet during its utilization.
Furthermore, the Beltless system has been improved in this 3D printer. Indeed, the racks are machined with chemical nickel plating. This increases the resistance to corrosion and wear on the one hand, on the other hand, reduces the contact friction between rack and pinion, and contributes to deliver a better printing speed.
New sensors include endstop that aimed at leveling the semi-automatic plan, motor encoders and a Wi-Fi USB Connection.
Another interesting feature of these 3D printers is the Cabinet Support System (SSC). Such system allows the unloading of machine vibrations. It integrates a space that allows the user to monitor material temperatures while storing coils in order to preserve them from atmospheric agents.
Lastly, this series is delivered with four new materials: Glass AP, PP, Carbon PP and Carbon PEEK.
Speaking of the launch of this new series of desktop 3D printers, Alessio Lorusso, CEO & Founder of Roboze said: “The new Xtreme solutions, is the result of intense work by the entire Roboze team, that has allowed us today to create a new line of systems capable of meeting the most extreme needs of our customers, offering greater versatility in the materials and accuracy of the prints as well as better performance. We have rewritten the history of 3D printing and the Formnext 2018 represents the best showcase to tell the story.”
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