Roboze Argo 500

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Description

Designed to print engineering grade materials at high temperatures and on a larger scale, the Roboze Argo 500 is a printer unlike anything else on the market. Allowing the user to create high quality, strong, end use parts, from high grade filaments like PEEK and Ultem, the Argo 500 gives the user greater control and accurate results. 

EXTRUDER UP TO 550°C

The HVP Extruder takes extrusion temperatures up to 550°C with high viscosity polymers such as Carbon PEEK, PEEK and ULTEM ™ AM9085F

HEATED CHAMBER UP TO 180°C

The thermostatic, dehumidified and controlled printing environment is capable of reaching 180°C, to offset the deformation of thermoplastic materials, particularly for those with large dimensions.

OPTIMIZE YOUR PRODUCTIVITY

Unlike other systems, the build chamber preheats in one hour to accelerate productivity and reduce print prep time.

PRINT VOLUMEImageNet Consulting

0.125 cubic meters of print volume allows users to meet the growing need to produce high-end parts with high-performance plastics.

BELTLESS SYSTEM

Patented X and Y mechatronic movements make Roboze 3D printers the most accurate FFF 3D printing system. Mechanical repeatability and high precision for production of small batches and on-demand products.

VACUUM PLATE SYSTEM

To ensure perfect adhesion of print to build plate, Argo 500 is equipped with a vacuum floor system that simplifies and speeds up the printing process, while also offering greater stability even for large-scale prints, ensuring a clean flat surface.

AUTO-LEVELING BUILD PLATE

Accurate build plate leveling directly impacts the quality of printed parts. Unlike mainstream manual leveling systems, the new Argo 500 automatically calibrates part position resulting in repeatable accuracy for each print while eliminating the need for external user intervention during the calibration phase.

END OF FILAMENT AND RESIDUAL MATERIAL SENSORS

When printing large-scale parts, improper programming of support material can result in the loss of the entire print, causing wasted time and investment. New end of filament and residual material sensors prevent part failure from occurring.

AUTOMATIC FILAMENT UPLOAD

Argo 500 is equipped with a storage unit at the bottom of the printer specifically designed for spool storage. The automatic loading of the filament, smooth filament insertion, end of filament and residual material sensors, allow for uninterrupted workflow.

ENGINEERING GRADE FILAMENTS

CARBON PEEK
The addition of carbon fiber adds thermal stability and rigidity to PEEK material, making it the most outstanding polymer in the world.

PEEK
Technopolymer with excellent mechanical and thermal properties.

ULTEM™ AM9085F
Chemical and thermal resistance for aerospace applications.

CARBON PA
Carbon filled polyamide for high-performance applications.

Techincal Specifications

Build Volume

.125 Cubic Meters

Heating

up to 550 degrees C

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Filament

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3D printer parts for various manufacturers

Supplies & Parts

3D printers offer support for several materials with varying applications, including PLA, nylon, PVA, carbon fiber, ABS, kevlar, and more.

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Service & Support

A printer purchased with ImageNet eliminates the heartache of negligible support.

Full support

On-call or in person help.

Our technical expertise and support available when you need it.

Trained technicians

Skilled technicians.

Trained technicians that specialize exclusively in handling 3D printers.

Expert support

Personalized support.

Choose the level of support that’s right for your organization’s needs.

Training

Did you know 3D printers are more like sewing machines than regular paper printers? No matter how "plug and play" a printer claims to be, there's always an initial learning curve when getting started with a 3D printer.

Personalized training covers:

  • Introduction to hardware and components
  • Filament types and their applicable uses
  • Bed plate leveling
  • 3D printer software
  • Optimizing your 3D print and supports
  • Basic troubleshooting routines
  • And much more

With training from ImageNet you can make sure that you're always getting the best possible 3D print from your machine, saving you time and money.