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Roboze Unveils ARGO 1000 3D Printer with 1 cubic meter build volume

Above: The ARGO 1000/Image Source: Roboze

After years of specialising in super polymers and high-temperature composites, Roboze has announced the launch of its flagship Production Series solution – the ARGO 1000.

The ARGO 1000 can produce parts up to one cubic meter (nearly 40 inches by 40 inches by 40 inches) and radically transforms the way industries like aerospace, energy, transportation, MedTech, and automotive can manufacture an increased number of lightweight components while maintaining superior quality.

Its large work volume makes it possible to print larger components and a greater number of parts all in a single job. This helps to meet the different and changing needs of customers while optimising time and at the same time reducing costs.

ARGO 1000 is the world’s largest 3D printer equipped with a heated chamber for the fast production of incredibly strong super polymer and composite parts. ARGO 1000 launches the era of customised manufacturing for exceptionally large parts.

By using more sustainable, high-performance super polymers and composites such as PEEK, Carbon PEEK and ULTEM ™ AM9085F, the main aim of Roboze is to reduce current pressures on global supply chains by rapidly replacing metal parts and critical components for extreme applications.

In addition to large build volume, ARGO 1000 is also equipped with an industrial automation system that seamlessly integrates into production workflows, allowing its users to program parts production, analyse data, and quickly predict and resolve downtime, thus increasing efficiency and mitigating the risks of printing failure. The ARGO 1000 will be available for commercial distribution in 2022.


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