Roboze expands and inaugurates its new US office to reach its customers even more quickly and effectively.
Roboze has chosen the City Gate Center in Naperville, IL, as its sales and technology center for its location, style and ability to host all kinds of events. At the moment, the office hosts Roboze One, the printer that will be used for demonstrations, seminars, training and manufacturing of parts.
“Today we open our new commercial and technical center at the City Gate Center of Naperville, Illinois. This facility will be used for seminars, and conferences for our future customers and business partners so they can come and see our technology. We will be happy to give you a tour of our facility when you are in the area. “Says Ron Weavil, Roboze NA Territory Manager.
With a population of about 142,000, Naperville is the fourth largest city in Illinois. Located 28 miles west of downtown Chicago, Naperville offers easy access to major interstate highways, O’Hare International and Midway airports as well as passenger and freight transportation systems.
Roboze first came on the market three years ago introducing both material and technological innovations.
The Company’s mission is to make additive manufacturing solutions accessible using thermoplastic materials with chemical, mechanical and thermal properties superior to the standard polymers currently available on the market. Its offer includes the manufacturing of parts using materials like PEEK.
The latest solution, presented at Formnext 2017, introduces Carbon PEEK, increasing PEEKS’s mechanical performance with reinforced carbon fibers. Available on the Argo 500, Roboze ‘s first FFF solution, that from there kicked off the company’s production series, able to produce parts in 500 x 500 x 500 mm. The goal is to bring the focus of the 3D printing from mere functional prototypes production to that of end-use parts.
US market demand, and not only, have arisen in recent years given the great need to produce parts that substitute metals and for reduced production volumes.
“The opening of a new office in the heart of the Chicago’s metropolitan area is our response to the strong demand from the US market for a high quality solution for the production of parts with additive manufacturing methods with innovative materials and extraordinary performance, such as Roboze polymers, “says Alessio Lorusso, Roboze CEO & Founder. “ Ron Weavil also has extensive experience in the market and, above all, it is local. This is what our customers need in order to take full advantage of Roboze solutions and optimize their work “concludes A. Lorusso.
Chicago and McCormick Place, the largest convention center in North America, is the headquarters of IMTS, a historic stop for AMUG, FABTECH and many trade fair events. It comprises four interconnected buildings and a covered arena located on the shore of Lake Michigan, about 4 km south of downtown Chicago, Illinois, United States. So, make sure to add Roboze to your list of must-see places on your next trip to the Windy City.