Prototal UK joins the Roboze 3D Parts network
The Roboze 3D Parts Network is made up of certified facilities that have decided to support the Roboze distributed manufacturing model. This model directly connects demand to supply through an on-demand, just-in-time additive manufacturing service, which aims to supply parts while reducing waste, shipping and CO2 emissions.
Prototal UK is already a trusted supplier of additively manufactured parts to the aerospace, motorsport, automotive, medical and industrial sectors, while the wider business of Prototal Industries spans 6 countries across Europe. It also acquired the 3T additive manufacturing polymer business in 2020. Aligning with Roboze, Prototal UK will now start leveraging the Roboze ARGO 500 machine, which is said to have a heated chamber up to 180 °C and is compatible with materials like PEEK, ULTEM AM9085F and Carbon PA.
“We are delighted to have added Roboze technology to our additive manufacturing offering,” commented Martin Nottingham, MD, Prototal UK. “The potential for this machine to disrupt the polymer and metal additive manufacturing division is vast and we look forward to sharing the benefits with our customers. Being part of the 3D Parts Network also allows us to have a great technical partnership with Roboze and collaboratively educate the UK market.
“This is a great moment for Roboze. Winning the trust of a player like Prototal adds great excitement for the team and for the entire Roboze 3D Parts network,” added Giancarlo Scianatico, Roboze EMEA Business Director. Their experience will allow us to develop our model even further and quickly achieve the objective of digital transition and sustainability for producers around the world. A new way of doing things is possible and with Prototal UK, it is now more concrete than never.
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