High temperatures for maximum performance
Extruder up to 1022 °F (550 °C)
The HVP Extruder takes extrusion temperatures up to 1022 °F (550 °C) with high viscosity polymers such as Carbon PEEK, PEEK and ULTEM ™ AM9085F
Heated Chamber up to 356 °F (180 °C)
The thermostatic, dehumidified and controlled printing environment is capable of reaching 356 °F (180 °C), to offset the deformation of thermoplastic materials, particularly for those with large dimensions.
Optimize your productivity
Unlike other systems, the build chamber preheats in one hour to accelerate productivity and reduce print prep time.
Large Scale Parts
From prototyping to the production of large-scale end-use parts
4.4 cubic foot (0.125 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 movements make Roboze 3D printers the most accurate FFF 3D printing system. Mechanical repeatability and high precision for production of small batches and on-demand products.
Vacuum Plate System
To ensure perfect adhesion of print to build plate, Argo 500 is equipped with a vacuum plate system that simplifies and speeds up the printing process, while also offering greater stability even for large-scale prints, ensuring a clean flat surface.
Functionality and control for a higher quality of 3D printing
Auto-leveling Build Plate
Accurate build plate leveling directly impacts the quality of printed parts. Unlike mainstream manual leveling systems, the new Argo 500 automatically calibrates part position resulting in repeatable accuracy for each print while eliminating the need for external user intervention during the calibration phase.
End of Filament and Residual Material Sensors
When printing large-scale parts, improper programming of support material can result in the loss of the entire print, causing wasted time and investment. New end of filament and residual material sensors prevent part failure from occurring.
Automatic Filament Upload
Argo 500 is equipped with a storage unit at the bottom of the printer specifically designed for spool storage. The automatic loading of the filament, smooth filament insertion, end of filament and residual material sensors, allow for uninterrupted workflow.
Dedicated solutions for Roboze thermoplastics
Spool Temperature Control
Polymers tend to retain moisture during the compounding, transport, storage, and molding phase which compromises final print results. In the new Argo 500, the spools are housed in a closed environment at controlled temperatures in order to dry the filaments and eliminate this risk while increasing the quality of produced parts.
Filament spools are housed in a dedicated environment and separated into 4 spool holders: 2 for primary material and 2 for support material. This system, together with the automatic filament loading, end of filament and residual material sensors, prevent the loss of print in the event of spool exhaustion. The second spool holder activates automatically at the end of the first in order to minimize waste and save time.
Strong Like Metal
Production of large-scale parts with Roboze super polymers
PRODUCTION OF FINISHED PARTS TO REPLACE METALS
ARGO 500, thanks to its high performance polymers, like PEEK and ULTEM™ AM9085F, and its wide offer of composite materials like CARBON PEEK and CARBON PA, allows to combine the advantages of metal replacement with those of additive technology, even for large scale parts.
WIDE RANGE OF 3D PRINTING MATERIALS
12 materials available, included PC-LEXAN™ EXL AMHI240F, winner of the TCT Materials Award 2018 - Polymer, are the result of a close partnership with scientific leaders and international customers. The range of ARGO 500's materials opens the doors to the most extreme industrial applications.
ACCELERATE YOUR TIME TO MARKET
Small production batches to immediately introduce on the market customized products with no additional costs. Optimization of your production line giving value to each working phase of your organization.