The new service is called as Roboze 3D Parts and will focus on manufacturing parts that are to withstand critical operational environments
Roboze, the Italian 3D printer manufacturer, introduced a new additive manufacturing service – Roboze 3D Parts, catering to applications in some of the most demanding sectors like aerospace, motorsport, oil & gas, industrial manufacturing, etc.
The service aims to help businesses by shortening their supply chains, digitising their inventory, manufacturing critical components, providing on-demand manufacturing solutions and saving costs all the while.
According to Alessio Lorusso, CEO of ROBOZE, “Roboze 3D Parts is a key component of our vision to help manufacturers reduce their supply chain costs and time through digitalization of their inventory.”
From applications that need to withstand the most critical environments to certified production for the most demanding sectors such as Aerospace, Motorsport, Automotive, Oil & Gas, Industrial manufacturing, Electronics. Roboze 3D Parts aims to address the need of getting end use parts with advanced materials.
ROBOZE 3D PARTS – A SUPPORT FOR COMPANIES
In times of uncertainty, local, on demand and just-in-time production is the most effective solution for companies to mitigate risk offering at the same time the possibility to innovate, transitioning into a new digital supply chain.
From product development to product maintenance, Roboze 3D Parts can help reduce cost and time to get components on-demand. Roboze 3D Parts is a global network of innovative companies highly specialized in engineering, manufacturing and post-processing of end-use parts and functional components.
The worldwide network is equipped with the latest cutting-edge production systems powered by Roboze. The accurate FFF ARGO production system series brings 3D printing of composite materials and high temperature super polymers to the next step. It ensures mechatronic precision of movement, is capable to manufacture consistent large-scale parts and repeatability of results independently from where is printed.
Francesco Pantaleone, Managing Director of Roboze 3D Parts commented, “ROBOZE 3D PARTS production partners are phenomenal companies with broad expertise in manufacturing of end use parts with highly technical materials”.
He concluded, “We are building a synergic network that is able to fulfill the requirements of a variety of key industries, with the mission to facilitate our customers transitioning into the next phase of digitalized manufacturing, helping them starting up and scaling up their projects faster.”
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