Roboze One +400
Roboze One +400
Anybody who has owned or operated a desktop FDM 3D printer knows that it fairly regularly needs calibrating, it is something of a frustration especially if you don’t operate the machine on a daily basis to come back with a print only for it to fail because the bed isn’t level, the nozzle isn’t at the right height or the centre isn’t, well, centred.
Roboze, the Italian 3D printer manufacturer, claims to have taken one of those frustrating elements away from the technology by moving away from unreliable belt systems used in many 3D printers to a patented mechanical moving system that uses a pinion to drive both the X and Y axes together with a ball screw on the Z axis.
This mechatronic movement system is more regularly found in large CNC machines but engineers at Roboze have been able to scale it down and implement it into the Roboze One+400 desktop FDM machine enabling the printer to make high-quality parts in a number of advanced thermoplastics at a 50-micron accuracy.
The advanced materials is claimed to be a further selling point of the Roboze One+ 400 machine, capable of printing in 12 different types of materials including PEEK, PEI and Carbon PA thanks to the dual extruders that are capable of reaching temperatures of up to 400 ° C.
“By enabling the use of advanced materials, we offer users a powerful yet affordable solution,” said Alessio Lorusso. CEO of Roboze in a recent statement. “Together with the advantages of having an ‘easy-to-use’ desktop 3d printer. That opens up huge amount possibilities for variety of applications in different industries. The Roboze One+400 is a professional tool that offer users capabilities never soon before in this industry”