Quickparts joins the Roboze 3D Parts Network

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Quickparts joins the Roboze 3D Parts network
Roboze at Formnext/Source: Roboze

Roboze, an Italian manufacturer of industrial 3D printers, announced at the Formnext 2022 event that Quickparts, a global leader in on-demand industrial production services, has joined the Roboze 3D Parts Network, joining the vision of accelerating the local production of customised parts around the world with industrial 3D printing systems and innovative materials.

Quickparts Inc. is a market leader in on-demand manufacturing services, with decades of experience in both traditional and additive manufacturing. It is a global leader in quality rapid production, with a team of 370 experts located in offices and facilities all over the world, focusing on customer satisfaction by providing advice and services for the use of cutting-edge technologies and materials. The incorporation of Roboze systems into its machine portfolio was entirely natural in this context.

Roboze 3D Parts network

Roboze has developed a new manufacturing model, paving the way for the world of custom 3D printing. This production model is backed up by a global network of specialist centres, allowing companies all over the world to produce end-use 3D parts on-demand, just-in-time, and close to the point of use.

By incorporating ARGO 500 technology into the customer’s manufacturing portfolio and joining the 3D Parts network, the customer will immediately increase their revenue by receiving 3D parts orders directly from Roboze.

“As industry experts we have followed Roboze from the beginning and were immediately impressed by how the company and its technology has grown over the years. We needed to expand our systems to more quickly meet our customers’ needs to produce end-use parts accurately and with high-performance polymeric materials. Roboze proved to be the best choice in terms of versatility, quality and repeatability.”

– Ziad Abou, CEO of Quickparts

Francesco Pantaleone, VP of Business Development at Roboze said, “We are thrilled to welcome Quickparts among our partners of the Roboze 3D Parts network. When companies like these decide to join our vision, the value we can create for end users in a variety of industries is outstanding and will really accelerate the transition to smarter and more eco-sustainable production methods.”

Quickparts installed the first Roboze solution, ARGO 500, in its Seattle headquarters, where it will be used immediately to serve aerospace and industrial companies throughout the United States.

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