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World premieres set for Formnext 2021

Parts up to one cubic meter in size

Roboze is set to present the Argo 1000, which the company says is the world’s first 3D printer with a heated chamber designed to produce large-scale parts with super polymers and composites for industrial applications.

The new Argo 1000. Picture: Roboze
The new Argo 1000. Picture: Roboze

The Argo 1000 can produce parts up to one cubic meter in size, or nearly 40 inches by 40 inches by 40 inches. Using more sustainable and high-performance super polymers and composites such as PEEK, Carbon PEEK, and Ultem AM9085F, Roboze is reducing the current strain on global supply chains and rapidly replacing metal parts and mission-critical components for extreme applications.

“We’ve gone far beyond prototypes and are now building custom components for miniature satellites, gears for military-grade vessels, and parts for companies that are developing Italy’s sustainable infrastructure,” adds Alessio Lorusso, founder and CEO of Roboze. The Argo 1000 will be available for commercial distribution in 2022.

FURTHER INFORMATION:

roboze.com

Roboze at Formnext 2021:

Hall 12.1, booth C101

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  • Additive Manufacturing