Alessio Lorusso, Founder & CEO of Roboze, one of the speakers at the Italian Tech Week

At OGR-Officine Grandi Riparazioni, the beating heart of creativity, culture and entertainment in Turin, on the 23rd and 24th of September the brightest minds of the world technological scene will gather during the Italian Tech Week.

Among the most important personalities who will take the stage, Roboze will be represented by Alessio Lorusso, Founder & CEO of the company.

Special guest of the event Elon Musk, Founder of Tesla, SpaceX & Neuralink, in dialogue with John Elkan, President of EXOR, Stellantis & Ferrari, together with a line up of high-profile speakers from all over the world.

Born from the awareness of being part of a rapidly developing and yet to be defined landscape, Roboze brings its story and vision regarding the future of global manufacturing.

Roboze's 3D printing technology is helping large and small global manufacturers to produce parts in super polymers and composites, replacing metals in all those critical applications, where weight and mechanical, chemical and thermal resistance are determining factors.

The Roboze technological ecosystem is equipped with an industrial automation system that allows you to integrate Production 3D printing solutions into the manufacturing flows of companies, allowing process control and certification reports of each part made, stored directly by the machine.

This technology is combined with Roboze's innovative elements such as the Beltless system, capable of eliminating belts from 3D printing and achieving precision and repeatability of movement, identical to those of a traditional machine tool.

ARGO 500 with Automate 3D printing technology represents the state of the art in the 3D production of super polymers and composites to replace metals, bringing, in addition to the enormous savings in time and costs, the access to new applications with extreme performance, thanks to the production of customized batches.

The goal is to reverse the approach of traditional large-scale productions, where standardized goods are produced in a single point and shipped all over the world, thanks to the support of a network of 3D Parts certified manufacturing partners, widely distributed.
The new paradigm is called Roboze Distributed Manufacturing and wants to connect supply and demand with 3D printing solutions, aimed at the production of customized parts wherever and whenever needed, helping manufacturers to optimize costs and times of their supply chain in a sustainable and efficient way, guaranteeing advantages for both the end user and the environment.

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