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Robox 3D printer

The Robox from Cel is a compact 3D printer.

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Robox 3D printer

It has a nice design with easy access to its print platform.

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Robox 3D printer

The printer's print head has two extruders (nozzles), one dedicated to printing fine details and the other for in-filling.

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Robox 3D printer

The printer uses smart reels (spools) to hold its filaments. The reel tells the printer what type of filament is being used and how much is left.

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Robox 3D printer

It works with only one filament reel at a time.

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Robox 3D printer

Oddly, however, it has two filament intakes.

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Robox 3D printer

The printer connects to a computer via its USB port. It can only work with a computer. There's no support for printing from an SD card or a thumb drive.

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Robox 3D printer

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Robox 3D printer

The printer can print very quickly, but its print quality isn't as good as other printers.

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Robox 3D printer

It also produces failed prints frequently.

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Robox 3D printer

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