ROBOZE expands its additive manufacturing strategy in the EMEA region

With a successful closing of 2017, ROBOZE marks its first steps in 2018 by strengthening and expanding its distribution network in the EMEA area. Through 3 strategic partnerships, ROBOZE will respond to the needs of SMEs and professionals in Germany, Scandinavia and Turkey.

In Germany, Rauch CNC Manufaktur will be in charge with providing Roboze’s services in that region. The German company has been producing since its opening in 2013 SLS parts from high-performance materials such as PEEK and is now starting to perform new SLS materials like PPS and PEKK. They found Roboze filament solutions reliable and accurate for the market. For us, this is an ideal complement to our SLS systems. Fast, affordable and with a wide range of available materials.” says Bernd Rauch, owner of Rauch CNC Manufaktur.

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In Scandinavia, it is CADSys. CAD/CAM system experts are committed to fulfilling the needs and demands for faster and more innovative manufacturing solutions. According to Ricco Busk, CEO of CADSYS, they wanted to complete their offering “with a 3D printing system for the production of finished parts with materials suitable for industry. Roboze was our natural choice “ 

Mr.Ricco & Mr.Lorusso

In Turkey in the end, the Italian manufacturer enhances its commercial presence thanks to 3D-Model from Galtek Kimya Group.

Atamer Özalp – 3D Model

They specialize in 3D printing for rapid and functional prototyping services. In their search for a supplier for the production of finished parts in high-performance plastic filaments, Galtek Kimya find it appropriate to choose Roboze One + 400.  “we will better meet the needs of aerospace, automotive and manufacturing sectors, with the highest quality available today for PEEK printing with FFF systems,” says Atamer Özalp 3D-Model GM assistant.

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