Roboze launches Prometheus 3D printing cutting software



Robotize announced the launch of its Prometheus 3D printing cutting software which has been designed to help increase the productivity of its users.

The software was unveiled at FAST + TCT and has been optimized for all Roboze 3D printing systems.

Roboze believes that Prometheus will provide its users with a “complete, simple and intuitive” software platform that will allow them to manage their workflow from end to end. The company claims to have developed the software platform to “specifically consider the robust performance capabilities” of its production and professional series of 3D printing systems, as well as the characteristics of its high performance polymer and composite materials.

“We want our customers to extract the maximum performance from our machines and, at the same time, experience improved print preparation operations, right from the first slicing phase,” commented Alession Lorusso, Founder and CEO of Roboze. “We have worked continuously for two years to develop software that matches the quality of our printers and brings added value to our customers. “

“Our customers and their experiences have influenced the development of Prometheus, which greatly simplifies the printing process and increases the performance of Roboze printers,” added Antonio Pastore, Engineering Manager at Roboze. “Just as 3D printers are constantly evolving, software must also evolve and accelerate continuous improvements in hardware and automation. I am very proud of the results of this technological achievement, which addresses and overcomes all the limitations of other software products on the market.

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