R1 Robo +Plus 3D Printer Fully Assembled

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New R1 Robo 3D Printer


An Assembled and Calibrated ROBO 3D R1 ABS + Multiple Material Capable upgraded model 3D Printer with custom 10x9 heat bed w/ Software and Getting Started Videos included! *Estimated Shipping Time is 1-2 Business Days

Robo 3D Printer Highlights:

What is RoBo 3D?

RoBo 3D is the amazing 3D printer everyone has been waiting for. We joined the top ideas from the open source community, the best hardware to provide quality and fine prints, and our own thoughts based on our knowledge working with 3D printers. The open-source design is finished so people like us can visit online and find all the documents that show the ins and outs of how to make a RoBo 3D. In true rep-rap fashion, RoBo 3D has been made so that it can print out its own parts. Once in your hands, print out another for a friend! Come experience it and together, lets create something great.

Who is RoBo 3D for?

Architects- Print the prototype of house and building models for clients. Modify and work out again without trouble.

Designers- Turn your ideas into real 3d objects. Print your thoughts and check whether it is up to your imagination. If not, try it again till you satisfy.

Hobbyists/DIY- Simply make your projects in the ease of your own home.

Small Business owners- Create your own prototypes at the office!

Students- Senior engineering project coming up? Use our Robo 3d printer to print the parts you need to get the job done.

Home owners- Switch the damaged home use items for next to nothing!

MatterControl Standalone Controller (Optional)

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Get the R1 ROBO 3D Printer with a pluggable MatterControl Standalone Full Color Controller now. Ships in 7-10 Business Days.

MatterControl Touch is the ultimate upgrade for your R1 ROBO 3D printer - an Android-powered touchscreen controller that turns your 3D printer into a truly independent, internet-connected device. MatterControl Touch gives you the ability create, edit and prepare models directly on your printer using a simple touchscreen interface. It includes an onboard camera, an easy to use interface and wireless internet capabilities.

Give Your R1 3D Printer a Brain with MatterControl Touch.

MatterControl Touch gives your R1 3D printer a life of its own. With it you can reclaim your laptop and eliminate the ‘SD card shuffle’ between your computer and printer. You get the full-featured experience of printing with MatterControl without relying on a desktop computer. Curious how your print is going? You can check the progress wherever you are via the web. MatterControl Touch can even text or email you a picture of your completed print the moment it’s finished.

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What can you create with RoBo 3D?

The amount of things you can print with our Robo 3d printer is unlimited. One can print many prototypes and some examples are iphone cases, prototypes, household items, replacement/spare parts, and more! There are many free 3D modeling software available such as; google sketchup, tinkercad.com.






Watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=robo+3d+printer

International Buyers – Please Note:

Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price and shipping cost. These charges are the buyer's responsibility. Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying.

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Technical Specifications
Print size ( X Y Z ) 254 x 228.6 x 203. 2mm
Layer Resolution 100 microns
Chassis Injection Molded Plastic
Filament Compatibility ABS, PLA, Nylon, Laywood, and more.
Filament Diameter 1.75mm
Nozzle Diameter 0.4 mm
AC Input 100-240V, ~ 2 amps,50-60 Hz
No.of Extruders One
Power Requirements 12V DC @ 30 amps
Connectivity (Interface) USB
Electronics Arduino MEGA 2560 with RAMPS 1.4
3D printing Software Repetier Host
CAD Input data file format supported .STL
Client Operating System MAC/Windows/linux
Print in dual color No
Print in multi color No
Machine Dimensions 381 x 431 x 463mm
Machine weight 11.65 kg
Shipping box weight 22.22 kg
Lead time 1 to 2 Business days
Shipping Location USA
Manufacturer Warranty 6 Months parts replacements warranty
| 10 reviews
Great printer once you get it setup and learn a few things about how to print. I did opt to change the software and run Simplify3d as you have much more control over the printer but the included Mattercontrol works good for someone who just wants to quickly start printing.
| 10 reviews
<p>I'll start by saying, this is my second 3D printer (also have a solidoodle 4).</p> <p>I recently got my Robo 3D R1 plus all set up and printing beautifully.</p> <p>It worked great right out of the box, I love the auto leveling feature.</p> <p>The only issue I have is with the standard slicing software in the Matterhacker program, I switched to simplify3d and the prints have been absolutely beautiful, way better than anything my solidoodle has been able to produce.</p> <p>I will definitely consider buying another Robo 3D to add to my printer Arsenal!</p>
| 10 reviews
I have owned my Robo 3d R1 Plus since October. It should really be a open the box and plug and play experience. However, I had problems out of the box. Now, this is where the ROBO 3D is worth the money. Their support is excellent. Level 1 support helped me to a point by sending me documentation and videos of things to try to repair the system. When it became obvious that the problem was over my head, I scheduled a Skype meeting with Level 2 support. Both of the guys that I had worked with over the course of troubleshooting this were pleasant, professional and knowledgeable. After diagnosing the issue, and shipping out the new parts, i got the printer up and running. It's been printing nearly 24/7 since.
| 10 reviews
<p>I saw this printer on an episode of The Fine Bros’ “Elders React.” It is one of the best looking 3D printers out there with a refined design compared to some other printers out there. I saved for a few months to purchase this printer. Unfortunately I was disappointed with my initial experience. Before I edited this review I listed all the problems I was experiencing with the printer such as stringing, the brass lugs slipping out, prints shifting on the Y-axis mid print, and the Z-axis traveling in the wrong direction or not getting close to the bed.</p> <p>After I had posted this review, I was pretty much done with this printer and initiated a return, but I did order another one thinking it was a bum unit. Jerry from Robo 3D reached out to me on my review and offered his expertise on the problems I was having. We had a discussion via Skype and he walked me through some procedures to get the printer to print at its best. After everything was said and done, it was a night and day difference. I re-printed this box I designed for a LCD display and it came out so much better than the one I printed the night before. There are some other modifications I will need to do, such as covering the bottom with heating duct tape to keep the cork from drooping and adjusting one of the current pots for the Y-axis.</p> <p>Before I tried ABS and gave up because it always lifted or turned into a stringy mess. Now I am printing a Raspberry Pi box with ABS. The lid came out great with some slight lifting, but it is a major improvement from the previous result.</p> <p>I really appreciate the support I received from Jerry at Robo 3D and based on all the results I have been getting, I’ve decided to change my review. It is a great printer and one of the more refined designs out there, but it may require some tweaking and support to get it to print optimally.</p>
| 10 reviews
<p>Ok, so this its just an initial review. Its going to sound a bit bad, but I don't hate it - its just not quite ready for primetime as I had hoped. I'll come back and update if I can get the hardware and software tuned to make decent prints. There are a couple deal breakers though. If I can get it debugged and maybe dump the software for something else that works it might be just fine. About me: This is my 2nd 3d printer as I was moving up to get a heated bed and I've got a CNC lathe/CNC mill/mig/tig/casting etc, so this should be super easy.</p> <ul> <li> Almost Professional presentation - 3d printers are still hobby toys, and this one is almost consumer grade. Decent packaging, though foam beads were stuck to everything. Included tools were a nice touch.</li> <li> Tech support (yep, had to use it) was easy to get to and convenient with low wait time - this is very important for this kind of device; kudos there. Guy I talked to was reasonably knowledgeable and was able to help.</li> <li> Mechanically its supported pretty well, and doesn't look bad - kind of like "Mr. Fusion"</li> <li> Some slop in both the extruder pinion (backlash) and limit switches, but still works ok.</li> <li> Manual is so-so. Covers the software well, but not the hardware. Quick start guide was pretty good, but not real clear on loading the filament or mounting the spool holder</li> <li> Spool holder works fine, but doesn't look designed for this - the "C" section where it attaches isn't shaped to match anything on the frame - as an engineer, this is odd.</li> <li> Deal breaker: Print area is listed in a non-standard way, so it doesn't print as big as I need. Convention is cartesian coordinates x,y,z. this is like zxy. Anyway, doesn't print high enough.</li> <li> There are screw heads that hang down - when I slid it on my desk, it gouged a furrow in my desk.</li> <li> Top slot wasn't cut very straight so filament guide didn't move smoothly - shaved the slot a bit to get it to slide, but slot looks hand cut.</li> <li> Can see into the top of the extruder, so starting the filament was much harder than my Printrbot.</li> <li> When homing, the y-axis overdrives the stops and rattles as the stepper skips steps (every time). This will require some kind of modification to limit switches, but haven't dug into that yet.</li> <li> The Z axis will not home properly if its not close to the bed when you initiate it. If its a couple inches off the bed, when you hit print, it will home and print into free air</li> <li> Frequent random software lockups (PC).</li> <li> Software doesn't show the supports and the supports aren't adjustable on any of the included slicers.</li> <li> Flyout -way out - menus are annoying. Really prefer direct entry into the screen.</li> <li> Trying to select the "Macro" of higher or lower z height doesn't seem to do anything. The button highlights if you hover over, but if you click, it doesn't show as clicked or give any indication it did anything - doesn't seem to work at all.</li> <li> Extruder thermistor freakouts resulting in no print - have to restart computer/printer/software - really annoying.</li> <li> Deal breaker: Its loud as F*&^ - Fan runs very loud all the time - should only come on when extruder is heating! Its really too loud to tolerate.</li> <li> Sometimes it just doesn't extrude - I manually extrude in software and its fine, then hit print and nothing.</li> <li> Default software settings leave a very coarse bottom and top print layer - I would have expected them to be closed. I fiddled with the layers settings, but not good yet.</li> <li> I tried to reset the software to defaults to start over, but it stores settings somewhere I can't find. Uninstalling did not clear settings.</li> </ul> <p>Overall just getting lots of random failures. Once it actually starts printing something it seems to do pretty well, but I might spend 2 hours to get one thing just to START to print, much less actual print time. I've put over 10 hours into trying to get a print and have only got one so-so print with bad top and bottom layers.</p>

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