Robox is a desktop cartesian axis machine with excellent 3D printing capabilities which CEL started to design early in 2012. Since 2006 CEL, based on the West Coast of England, have been successfully designing, manufacturing and distributing power tools. Robox was initially designed to be an easy to use desktop 3D printer, we want users to create new designs not spend time fiddling with printer settings so our 3D print profiles are automatically loaded when the print material is loaded in. We have provided features within the frame of Robox that will allow the attachment of a range of heads and beds and are in the process of designing add-on capabilities such as laser etching, paste extrusion and basic milling.
Robox is not just a 3D printer.
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