Roboze has recently declared the official market launch of its new Roboze One+400 3D printer, providing its customers with an exceptionally flexible solution in the field of FDM 3D printing of advanced thermoplastics. The new model by Roboze gives designers around the world access to a technically and economically optimized solution for several applications.
Roboze One+400 can employ up to 12 different materials. These include PEEK, PEI and Carbon PA (Nyon6 filled with carbon fibers), which are considered very important for both the industrial and medical sectors. “By enabling the use of advanced materials, we offer users a powerful yet affordable solution, together with the advantages of an ‘easy-to-use’ desktop 3D printer. This will open up a wide range of new possibilities, especially for SME’s for a variety of applications in several different industries requiring only a limited amount of investments,” said Alessio Lorusso, CEO, Roboze.
The new and advanced model Roboze One+400 shares the mechatronics related to the movement of the X and Y axes with its predecessor, the Roboze One 400. This technology, known around the world as “Belt-less-System”, is unique and patented by the company. By expanding its capabilities to materials such as PEEK & PEI, this technology redefines the concept of “desktop 3D-Printing”, adding a new digital drives with integrated safety thanks to its 32-bit processor and touch screen on-board controls.