Matsuura Machinery has expanded its 3D printer portfolio offer with 3D printing solutions from Roboze, dedicated to metal replacement parts manufacturing.
Roboze 3D printing solutions comprise some of the most accurate machines currently available in the marketplace and are used by some of the manufacturing world's most innovative companies in over 25 countries.
The Argo 500 from Roboze is the first large-format super polymer 3D printer for industrial production and will be on display in Matsuura’s dedicated Additive Manufacturing Centre in Coalville, Leicestershire.
"Roboze 3D printing technology has demonstrated its ability to transform manufacturing and be a valuable asset in the armoury of progressive manufacturing companies," said Roger Howkins, managing director of Matsuura Machinery.
"Adding Roboze to our portfolio line-up makes us a formidable player in the additive manufacturing supply chain in the UK, offering class leading technology, creating components from a myriad of materials. We look forward to customers seeing the Roboze product range installed and demonstrating their prowess at our brand new Additive Manufacturing Centre in Leicestershire in the near future.”
"Manufacturing companies, now more than ever, need the necessary tools to cope with the important global digital and green transitions taking place," added Giancarlo Scianatico, EMEA business development director at Roboze.
"Joining forces with entities such as Matsuura is of paramount importance to expanding the Roboze end user base in the UK. Given Matsuura’s leading position in the UK manufacturing supply chain, we know that Roboze is in safe hands in the growing UK market for additive manufacturing technology."