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Siemens and Roboze team up to accelerate industrialization of 3D printing

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Industry Reports
June 20, 2022
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Siemens has established numerous partnerships with 3D printing firms to help them achieve greater productivity and flexibility. This article describes Siemens latest collaboration, with Italian company Roboze, to develop complete workflows for the industrialization of 3D printing. The partnership will assist companies operating within the energy, mobility, and aerospace sectors.

Industrial manufacturing firm Siemens and industrial-grade 3D printer manufacturer Roboze have entered into a partnership to develop complete workflows for the industrialization of 3D printing.

The partnership will see the two firms combine their respective expertise to increase the production opportunities for companies operating within the energy, mobility, and aerospace sectors through a raft of digitalization and automation projects.

“We have embarked on a path that sees us leading the way with Roboze to increase the production capacities of manufacturing companies around the world,” said Tim Bell, Additive Manufacturing Business Manager at Siemens. “We have experienced the potential of Roboze’s 3D printing firsthand, so much so that we have chosen to implement their ARGO 500 into our processes.

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