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Roboze to enable return of waste and used 3D printed parts for recycling

New circular economy program gives new life for parts at the end of their use cycle

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Roboze will initiate a circular economy program starting January 2022 that will allow all of its customers to return to Roboze waste material and 3D printed parts at the end of their life cycle to produce new material from “circular” 3D printing. This model will allow Roboze customers to receive a “circular” material at a much lower price than the original, safeguarding the environment and increasingly democratizing the use of Roboze 3D printing technology.

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New circular economy program by Roboze gives new life for used 3D printed parts

Roboze is active in 3D printing technology for super polymers and composites who aims to bring production back to the point of use, thanks to its vision and execution of decentralized distribution of production in favor of micro-factories around the world, known as the Roboze 3D Parts Network. Starting from the overturning of the delocalized production model, which sees large standardized productions in a single point and shipped all over the world, for years the manufacturer has been at the forefront of proposing a new production paradigm – Roboze Distributed Manufacturing. This model involves specialized 3D printing centers with Roboze systems distributed all over the world which produce parts where and when they are needed, reducing not only costs and times for end-users but also transport and excess inventory in the warehouse.

“We are working to refine the management of the entire supply chain, at any cost and with all the necessary efforts. 3D printing technology can be one of the solutions to combat CO2 emissions, reducing transport and producing just in time and on-demand. But if we don’t take serious actions and continue to generate plastic waste, then we will only become part of the problem. At Roboze, we don’t want to be part of the problem, but we want to be precursors of the solution. Our circular economy model will create zero waste and will represent and deliver the solution,” explained Alessio Lorusso, Founder & CEO of Roboze.

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