Large Scale Parts
From prototyping to the production of large-scale end-use parts
0.5 cubic meters of print volume, allows users to meet the growing need to produce high-end parts with high-performance plastics.
Patented X and Y mechatronic movement make Roboze 3D printers the most accurate FFF 3d printing system. Mechanical repeatability and high precision for the production of small batches and on-demand products
Vacuum Plate System
In order to guarantee perfect adhesion between the parts and the printing plate, the Argo 500 utilizes a vacuum plate system that, in addition to simplifying and speeding up printing operations, offers greater stability even during larger prints, guaranteeing the flatness of the parts.
High temperatures to offer maximum performance
Extruder up to 550°C
The HVP Extruder surpasses previous limits by bringing extrusion temperatures up to 550 ° C with technology dedicated to high viscosity polymers such as Carbon PEEK, PEEK, and Ultem™ AM9085F
Heated Chamber up to 180°C
Dehumidified and thermostatically controlled printing environment, capable of reaching 180 ° C, to counteract the phenomena of deformation in thermoplastic materials, especially on large-scale parts.
Increase your productivity
The build chamber can be preheated in one hour, increasing productivity and reducing the time needed to prepare the print job compared to other systems.
Functionality and control for higher print quality
Auto-leveling of the Plate
An accurate leveling of the build plate is one of the most critical factors impacting the quality of the printed piece. The new Argo 500 auto-leveling system calibrates the part position automatically, with the result being increased repeatable accuracy for each print, eliminating external user intervention during the calibration phase.
Filament End and Residual Material Sensors
When printing large-scale parts, it is likely that improper programming of support material can result in loss of the entire print causing wasted time and money. New end of the material and residual material sensors help to prevent part failure.
Automatic Filament Upload
Argo 500 provides a space at the bottom of the printer dedicated to spool storage. The automatic loading of the filament, in addition to smooth filament insertion, allows, together with the sensors of end filament and residual material, to continue and not to lose prints of large-scale parts.
Dedicated solutions for every Roboze thermoplastic
Spool Temperature Control
Polymers during the compounding, transport, storage, and molding phase tend to retain moisture. This feature can compromise the final result of the prints. In the new Argo 500, the spools are placed in a closed environment with controlled temperature to dry the filaments and avoid this risk while, at the same time, increasing the quality of the parts produced.
The filament spools are housed in a dedicated environment and divided into 4 spool holders: 2 for the primary material and 2 for the support material. This system, together with the automatic filament loading, filament end, and residual material sensors, prevent loss of print in case of spool exhaustion. The second spool holder automatically starts at the end of the first, reducing waste of material and time.
Strong Like Metal
Production of large-scale parts with Roboze super polymers
The addition of carbon fiber adds thermal stability and rigidity to the PEEK material, making it the most outstanding polymer in existence.
Technopolymer with excellent mechanical and thermal properties.
Chemical and thermal resistance for aerospace applications.
Carbon filled polyamide for high-performance applications