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Italian manufacturer enters UK 3D print market

Italian fused filament fabrication (FFF) 3D printer manufacturer Roboze has expanded the reach of its product offerings through the selection of Europac3D as exclusive distributor for the UK.

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Roboze’ FFF 3D print technology is suitable for high performance environments

Designed to meet the challenging demands of the aerospace and autosport industries, the FFF 3D printers produce parts in technopolymers that have high thermal and mechanical resistance such as Carbon Peek, Peek and Ultem.

The production of the parts is made possible through the conception of a high viscosity polymers (HVP) extruder.

The Roboze machines also have a patented beltless printing system which can achieve 25-micron precision levels for use in high performance engineering sectors.

“Our mission is to provide market-leading professional 3D printers with FFF technology for extreme industrial applications,” explains Alessio Lorusso, chief executive officer and founder of Roboze.

It is through continuous product innovation that we are able to create tangible competitive advantages in terms of precision, flexibility, personalisation and convenience for our end customers

“It is through continuous product innovation that we are able to create tangible competitive advantages in terms of precision, flexibility, personalisation and convenience for our end customers.”

Headquartered in Cheshire, Europac3D is looking forward to introducing the Roboze technology to its customer base.
John Beckett, managing director of Europac3D, says: “Roboze is proven to meet the industrial needs in the oil and gas, automotive, motorsport, aerospace, manufacturing and defence sectors. We are delighted to be joining forces with this team of visionaries and to have been selected as their exclusive distributor here in the UK.”

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