Hypermelt Technology for the ARGO 1000 Pellet-based 3D Printer has been launched by Roboze.


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Roboze, an Italian-US based original equipment manufacturer (OEM), is set to unveil a groundbreaking technology called Hypermelt at the upcoming Formnext 2023 event. This new heated build chamber/specialized extruder technology is designed to enhance the capabilities of the company’s ARGO 1000 3D printer, making it the largest pellet-based 3D printer in the world.

By pairing the ARGO 1000 with Hypermelt, users can now 3D print polymer parts that exhibit metal-like performance. With a printing volume of up to 1 cubic meter and impressive speeds of 2 kg per hour, the ARGO 1000 is ten times faster than filament-based methods. Additionally, this combination significantly reduces production costs by up to 60%.

If you’re attending Formnext 2023 in Frankfurt, you can witness the ARGO 1000 with Hypermelt in action at Roboze’s booth (C21) in pavilion 11.1. According to Roboze’s CEO, Alessio Lorusso, Hypermelt technology opens up new possibilities for producing large production batches at a competitive cost compared to traditional techniques. This technological innovation marks a new era in 3D manufacturing with advanced materials.

Simone Cuscito, Roboze’s Chief R&D Officer, believes that Hypermelt technology represents a revolutionary transformation in additive manufacturing. It has the potential to completely reshape the production of large format parts using high-performance materials. Roboze’s commitment to advancing the manufacturing industry is evident in their dedication to pushing the boundaries of polymer and composite 3D printing.

Roboze’s activities serve as a testament to the continued progress and innovation happening in the polymers and composites sector of the additive manufacturing industry. The development of 3D printed polymers and composites has far-reaching implications, particularly for less industrialized areas in the global economy. These markets often face challenges due to the geographical distance from metal parts suppliers and their reliance on fossil energy sources.

By focusing on AM-driven production of high-performance polymer and composite parts, countries like Nigeria can overcome their dependence on imported metal goods. They can establish self-sustaining fossil fuel supply chains, positioning themselves as key players in the next generation of polymer parts. This transition requires long-term commitment and coordination between various stakeholders, but Roboze’s ARGO 1000 with Hypermelt technology is a significant step forward.

The ability to produce larger production batches and the feasibility of recycling feedstocks used in the printing process are crucial factors in streamlining this transformation. Roboze’s combination of ARGO 1000 with Hypermelt addresses both of these requirements, offering a promising future for the 3D printing industry.

As the industry continues to evolve, it is important to stay updated on the latest news and advancements in the 3D printing sector. This enables businesses to capitalize on new opportunities and technologies that can drive growth and innovation.

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