Robox desktop 3D printer gets software upgrade for AutoMaker

Published 14 January 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, 3d design, robox

New software for the Robox 3D printer should see better quality prints, as well as a direct link to online parts library MyMiniFactory

Among the swathes of desktop FDM 3D printers on the market, the one that caught our eye last year was CEL’s Robox, with neat design, self-levelling build platform and duel extruder heads.

Since then it has jumped into the crowded market space and seems to be holding its own, but should get an important boost from its latest software upgrade, which takes it from development tool to fully featured software.

Version 1.01 of AutoMaker now comes with an online 3D model library integration, open-source Cura slicing engine, and a host of improvements suggested by community of Robox early adopters - another boost from its crowdfunded beginnings.

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