Robox 3D Printer, Fully Enclosed, Model RBX01, with 2 free reels

Stock code: 5401
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Pricing:Ex VATInc VAT
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£795.00
£954.00
Stock:
Discontinued - This page is for reference for existing customers of this product. It is not possible to buy this item.

Description

Same Day Dispatch

  • Orders placed online before 3:00pm Monday - Friday (excluding public holidays and our Christmas shutdown period) are always dispatched the same day provided the goods are in stock. If the goods are not in stock we will endeavour to contact you as soon as possible to discuss a dispatch date.

UK Deliveries

  • If you live on the UK mainland and don't have any large materials or lithium batteries in your order it will cost £3.95 (£4.74 including VAT) if you spend less than £40 (£48 including VAT).
  • If you spend between £40 and £200 (£48 - £240.00 including VAT, excluding large materials or lithium batteries) delivery is free to most locations, £12 (£14.40 including VAT, excluding large materials or lithium batteries) to Northern Ireland and £15 (£18.00 including VAT, excluding large materials or lithium batteries) to UK remote locations. For a list of postcodes that will be charged the remote location rate click here.
  • If you spend over £200 (£240.00 including VAT, excluding large materials or lithium batteries) delivery is free within the UK.

Rest of the world

  • These orders are sent via UPS, and the cost is dependant on the service you choose at checkout. Alternatively you can choose the free collection option and have your own courier collect it from us. International orders can only be shipped to the registered card address. Please note: International orders may be charged import duty dependant on local import laws and duty rates. These charges are usually billed to you directly from UPS.
  • Delivery times vary for international orders depending on the service selected and the destination. You can see the delivery time and cost at the shipping stage, or by using the shipping estimator from within the shipping basket.

Collection

  • If you would like to collect your order, or use your own courier then there is an option you can select during checkout. We do not charge a packaging or handling fee for this service, and you will receive an email when your order has been processed, you can collect half an hour after receipt of this email.

Further Information

  • For information about all of the delivery options we offer click here.
Please note: Instructions for using this product (if available) can be found in the product description.
Exploring My Mini Factory 3D Printing Resource

As part of our continued focus on the Robox RBX1 3D Printer we have also explored the resources available to users. This week we are revisiting My Mini Factory, looking...

Exploring My Mini Factory 3D Printing Resource

As part of our continued focus on the Robox RBX1 3D Printer we have also explored the resources available to users. This week we are...

Q:
what size is the build platform ? max print size
Asked by: Mike Willis
A:
Hi Mike, the maximum size of the build area is 210 x 150 x 100mm.
Answered by: Michael Lockhart
09-Nov-17

Q:
Are you selling the latest Robot with a version 2 head and extruder?
Asked by: Steve
A:

Hi Steve, The Robox printers we currently have in stock have the old version 1 style head, however the head that can be purchased separately is the new version 2 model. https://www.kitronik.co.uk/5424-robox-dual-nozzle-3d-printer-head.html

Answered by: Michael Lockhart
17-Aug-16

Q:
What software can I use to design objects to be printed? Can it import from SketchUp?
Asked by: Mike Wilson
A:

You can use any software that exports a .stl or .obj file, Sketchup exports a .stl file. However it is advisable to check the design first on MeshMixer for any errors.

Answered by: Michael Lockhart
14-Apr-15

Q:
Can I print a 3d printer on it?
Asked by: Jack Woodmansey
A:

Although it is technically possible to print a 3D printer as is the case with something like the rep-rap, this is limited to printing things like rod connectors, however the electronics, motors, belts and etc would need to be purchased as these couldn’t be printed. You would need to get hold of the CAD files to print the parts from something like my mini factory if they do indeed exist. So technically yes you could print some 3D printer parts, but I wouldn’t recommend trying as a self-assembled 3D printer is incredibly difficult to get set-up and aligned and working correctly.

Answered by: Michael Lockhart
10-Mar-15

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