- Roboze introduces Roboze Automate, the first of its kind to get personalized 3D printing with high-performance super polymers and composites.
- Roboze Automate is designed using enhanced sensors and remote control and diagnosis capabilities.
- Roboze Automate will be accessible to all new ARGO 500 Additive Production Systems.
Industrial automation meets 3D printing
Roboze, a producer of industrial 3D printing technology, declared the launch of Roboze Automate. Roboze Automate is the first of its kind to get personalized 3D printing with high-performance super polymers and composites into the production workflow.
As the US is planning for infrastructure expansion that includes everything from energy to transportation to manufacturing, it faces a metal shortage that is negatively impacting each of these industry sectors.
To fill the gap, Roboze combines its novel polymer platform technology, PEEK (a superior metal replacement technology), with a PLC industrial automation system developed by joining forces with B and amp;R (an Austrian automation and process control technology company). This new offering by Roboze is a first-in-class for the 3D printing industry.
Roboze Automate is designed using enhanced sensors and remote control and diagnosis capabilities to streamline the entire workflow, monitor results, and report data during all phases of the process. Roboze Automate maintains automatic updates of new features and software parameters.
Variables ranging from human error and material quality to temperature fluctuations and sensor quality, the 3D printing industry has been beset by discrepancies in parts production. These impediments have challenged the view of 3D printing as an industrial production process on par with other industrial processes such as injection molding and CNC machining.
Roboze Automate will be accessible to all new ARGO 500 Additive Production Systems to allow consumers to produce and certify every printed component. Further, it will help create controlled yet personalized batches of up to 3,000 parts using one machine.
Alessio Lorusso, CEO at Roboze Inc., commented: “As the need for strong, resilient infrastructure in the US and around the world continues to climb, we are bringing 3D manufacturing to a new level of consistency, repeatability, and process control and production speed.”
He further added, “Our components-as-a-service approach is upending error-ridden manufacturing fluctuations and materials shortages to support true industrial-scale 3D manufacturing.”