Robox
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Top specs and features

Robox: 23 facts and highlights

1. Has WiFi

The device can connect to WiFi.
Robox
20% have it

2. Uses fused deposition modeling (FDM)

Printers based on fused deposition modeling (FDM) use a thermoplastic filament, which is heated to its melting point and then extruded through a nozzle, layer by layer, to create the object. One of the main advantages of printers based on FDM is that they work with a wide range of materials.
Robox
51% have it

3. Has a heated build platform

A heated build platform helps keep the lowest levels of a print warm as the higher layers are printed. This allows the overall print to cool more evenly.
Robox
45% have it

4. Has plug and play feature

The device is set up and ready to be used with the included software.
Robox
12% have it

5. Prints in HIPS

The printer is able to print in High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS). HIPS is similar to ABS plastic, but uses different solvents (limonene rather than acetone). HIPS is easy to paint and glue.
Robox
7% have it

6. Prints in PLA

Polylactic acid (PLA) is popular in 3D printing as it cools and sets quickly. Unlike ABS plastic, it is biodegradable and therefore better for the environment. It can be used to build support structures for other printouts, as it can then be dissolved leaving no marks.
Robox
76% have it

7. Prints in ABS plastic

The printer prints in ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene). This is up to 30 times stronger than regular plastic and is commonly used in 3D printing.
Robox
70% have it

8. Prints in PVA

Polyvinyl Acetate is another form of plastic used in 3d printing similar to ABS. It can be used to build support structures for other prints, as it can then be dissolved leaving no marks.
Robox
14% have it

9. Is pre-assembled

As the product arrives fully assembled, you do not have to build it from a kit.
Robox
51% have it

10. Has an automatic platform calibrator

This feature saves time and effort in terms of maintenance, however the build platform itself still needs to be manually levelled.
Robox
14% have it

11. layer thickness

The thinner each print layer is, the more detailed you can make your designs. Layer thickness is often also referred to as resolution and is measured in microns (µm).

12. number of extruder heads

More extruder heads will allow you to use different colours or different types of material at the same time. A second extruder is also required to build PVA/PLA support structures around items as they are printed.

13. Prints in full colour

Similar to regular 2d printers, these 3d printers will mix different colours between cartridges. The combination of these colours allows the printer to reproduce the colour spectrum therefore allowing you to print in almost any colour.
Robox
6% have it

14. height

17. thickness

18. maximum creation size

This is the biggest size of object that you can print.

19. higher x-axis resolution

The highest possible x-axis resolution as measured in microns.

20. higher y-axis resolution

The highest possible y-axis resolution as measured in microns.

21. higher z-axis resolution

The highest possible z-axis (vertical) resolution as measured in microns.

22. USB ports

With more USB ports, you are able to connect more devices.

23. nozzle size

The smaller the nozzle, the more detailed the final product can be. However, when speed of printing is of greater importance than detail, a larger nozzle may be preferable.

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