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ROBOZE joins the AMERICA MAKES consortium

ROBOZE, a global additive manufacturing (AM) company for high-performance materials, announces its membership in the prestigious America Makes Institute.

Recognized as the first national institute for AM in the United States, America Makes is a hub that brings together businesses, academic institutions and government agencies to accelerate innovation and the proliferation of 3D printing and AM technologies. Membership will allow ROBOZE to work directly with key industrial players in the country and foster an environment of technology exchange and best practices that will benefit the entire manufacturing sector.

The collaboration with America Makes will focus on improving manufacturing capabilities through AM, which will enable the optimization of production times and increase operational flexibility to respond quickly to market fluctuations. This technology is essential to building an agile supply chain capable of overcoming disruptions while providing ongoing support to small and medium-sized businesses. In addition, ROBOZE will work to facilitate access to this technology to ensure that SMEs can benefit from these advanced manufacturing capabilities.

Alessio Lorusso, CEO of ROBOZE, states: “We are excited to be part of America Makes and to actively contribute to the evolution of additive manufacturing in the United States. This collaboration represents an extraordinary opportunity not only for Roboze but for the entire industrial sector, allowing us to elevate the production and innovation capabilities of American SMEs.”

ROBOZE’s membership in the America Makes Institute is effective immediately, with joint projects scheduled to begin in the coming months. This collaboration will create new opportunities for both partners and establish new standards of excellence in additive manufacturing.

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