The aerospace industry is notoriously demanding when it comes to materials and manufacturing technologies. Light weight, strength and precision are critical to the success of aerospace applications. In this context, 3D printing has revolutionized the industry, offering unprecedented flexibility in creating complex, lightweight and customized components.
Roboze is at the forefront of this revolution, offering solutions that meet the rigorous requirements of the industry.
Strategic materials for the Aerospace Sector
Materials are at the heart of 3D printing, and Roboze has proven to be a leader in high-performance materials innovation. At Formnext 2023, you will have the opportunity to discover the materials that best serve the aerospace industry. These materials are known for their resistance to temperature, corrosion, and flame, as well as their ability to maintain optimal performance even in the most extreme conditions, including PEEK, ULTEM™ AM9085F, and many others.
Precision is also key when dealing with critical components for the aerospace industry. With our industrial 3D printers you can produce parts with tight tolerances and complex geometries. This allows you to create aerospace components that meet the highest quality standards.
Advantages of Roboze technology for the Aerospace Sector
Among the advantages of Roboze 3D printing technology it is worth mentioning:
• Cost reduction: Roboze solutions allow efficient and customized production of components, reducing production costs and material waste;
• Weight reduction: as mentioned, lightness is fundamental in the aerospace industry. Roboze 3D printing allows you to design components with optimized internal structures and materials to replace metals, reducing weight without compromising strength;
• Production time reduction: Rapid prototyping capability and on-demand manufacturing accelerate development and production times for aerospace components;
• Customization: with Roboze 3D printing you can produce customized components to meet specific needs, improving the efficiency and performance of aerospace vehicles.