by • April 18, 2016 • 6s Comments
We’ve been next the development of the 3D printing company Roboze for just of a year now, especially once we caught word of their beltless 3D printing device, the Roboze One+400. The young startup, which hails of the city of Bari in Southern Italy’s Apulia region, has may already showcased the ability to print with high end thermoplastic materials, such as PEEK and Stratasys’ prestigious ULTEM. Currently, Roboze has revealed the official market commence of the Roboze One+400, which can come with a number of one-of-a-kind showcases and high end material capabilities.
Utilizing their patented ‘Belt-less System’ innovation, which was featured on their last printing device, the Roboze One 400, the team was able-bodied to do away with the issues which come with the commjust utilized belt-driven innovation, such as dilation and contraction. Creating many of the printing device components in house, Roboze utilizes their own CNC machines to create of 70% of their printing devices. Their work has resulted in a printing device capable-bodied of printing with industrial-grade materials, which in my opinion, may potentially alter the way the individuals view computer desktop 3D printing.
The Roboze team engineered the One+400 with industrial and medical use in mind, producing it compatible with up to 12 types high end thermoplastic material. In order to attain this, Roboze worked in tandem with various types of research centers and innovation institutes all around Europe. Instead of attempting to fit the material into their machine, Roboze decided to engineer the 3D printing device to work with these high end and in-demand materials.
“By allowing the use of high end materials, we contribute users a powerful yet inexpensive
-bodied solution, together with the advantages of an ‘easy-to-use’ computer desktop 3D printing device. This can open up a wide range of new possibilities, especially for SME’s for a variety of applications in several various industries requiring just a limited amount of investments,” said Alessio Lorusso, the CEO of Roboze.
The extruder for the Roboze One+400 was engineered to reach temperatures of up to 400°C, and is in addition geared to prevent filament jamming and stringing. But the extruder itself pretty helps the Roboze One+400 print with these high end thermoplastics, the chamber, electronics, and mechatronics of the printing device had to be made with these material capabilities in mind. “Simply softening the material does not necessarily mean it is possible to print with it. There are several other facts related to the nature of the material itself, which come into play, which is the reason why, until now, these materials were exclusively up utilized through other 3D printing technologies,” writes Ilaria Guicciardini, Roboze’s PR Coordinator.
Aside of the high end material capabilities of the Roboze One+400, the team itself claims to contribute quickly responsive and in-depth customer service. The promising Italian startup plans to create relationships with their customer base, and are looking to enhance the consumer experience while gaining insight on how to additional improve their hardware and company. In an industry where the gap between computer desktop and commercial-grade 3D printing devices is really wide, Roboze is looking to bridge which gap by contributeing a computer desktop-sized printing device with industrial capabilities.
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