Heated chamber up to 356°F
The 3D printing process of super polymers and composites requires a homogeneously heated chamber to obtain high mechanical properties and to respect the dimensional tolerances on the part produced. The Roboze heated chamber process is the result of years of development and study of all the variables involved. ARGO 500 represents the state of the art.
3D printing for production
ARGO 500 is the first 3D printer for super polymers and composites equipped with the Roboze Automate technological ecosystem, which brings industrial automation to 3D printing. Thanks to the combination of hardware, advanced sensors, B&R PLC control, Roboze Beltless technology and total process control, Roboze 3D printing is repeatable, automated and controlled, like any other industrial production process.
Super polymers and composites
ARGO 500 has been designed to produce finished parts using the highest performing super polymers and composites of the entire sector, monitoring the management of the material, from hygroscopic control to drying and preheating, up to the gradual cooling phase of the produced part. Everything is designed to achieve extraordinary mechanical performance.
3D printing meets customized industrial production
Produce parts in super polymers up to 19.7x19.7x19.7 in, replacing metals and reducing costs.
Speed and repeatability
The patented Roboze Beltless system has made the use of rubber belts in 3D printers obsolete, replacing them with racks and pinions, thus achieving the mechanical accuracy typical of a machine tool. Beltless technology, combined with the B&R industrial automation system, increases production speed,