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3D Printers

3D printers allow you to create complex three-dimensional objects without the need for a variety of complex machines or programming. 3D printers are becoming wildly popular because of their increased accuracy, versatility, reliability and prices. We also offer a range of 3D printer filament .


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  • Cube® 3D Printer Silver (Open Box)

    Cube® 3D Printer Silver (Open Box)

    Product Code : RB-Tds-86

    Regular Price: USD $1,299.99

    Special Price: USD $1,169.99

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    • Open Box: Product like new, customer return
    • Easy 3D printer for the home
    • Only Plug-and-play 3D printer that works straight out of the box
    • Chosen by MAKE magazine as the ''easiest to use'' and ''most reliable'' personal 3D printer
    • Compatible with ABS and PLA cartridges

  • CubePro Trio 3D Printer

    CubePro Trio 3D Printer

    Product Code : RB-Tds-93

    USD $4,399.00

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    • Work smart, play hard, print productive with CubePro 3D printer (3 print jets)
    • Faster, simultaneous printing in triple-color & multi-materials
    • Controlled print environment assures highest quality prints consistently
    • Beautiful, high-definition 75-micron layer thinness for finer prints
    • Largest-in-class print volume of up to regulation-sized basketball prints

  • CubePro Duo 3D Printer

    CubePro Duo 3D Printer

    Product Code : RB-Tds-92

    USD $3,399.00

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    • Work smart, play hard, print productive with CubePro 3D printer (2 print jets)
    • Faster, simultaneous printing in triple-color & multi-materials
    • Controlled print environment assures highest quality prints consistently
    • Beautiful, high-definition 75-micron layer thinness for finer prints
    • Largest-in-class print volume of up to regulation-sized basketball prints

  • BEETHEFIRST 3D Printer

    BEETHEFIRST 3D Printer

    Product Code : RB-Bee-06

    USD $2,151.94
      
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    • Professional and best-looking printer on the market
    • Ability to create unique objects, in an easy and simple way
    • Printing modes: High (50 microns), Low (300 microns)
    • Printing volume (maximum): 190mm x 135mm x 125mm

  • UP! Mini 3D Printer
    Excellent so far
    Review by James
    So far, I have made feet for a bioloid, made a bunny for my girlfriend, and made a 4mm thick perforated, 2mm hole+ 4mm (approx) hex nut indent bioloid "body", and everything has printed without issue except for a very large very thin body that exhibited issues due to warpage of the ABS (apparently a common issue with any 3D printer)
    I'd recommend this to anyone looking to get their feet wet with rapid prototyping.
    (Posted on 10/16/14)
  • UP! Mini 3D Printer
    Perfect Machine for Small Parts
    Review by KocherMicro
    I recently purchased one of these for my design studio to keep as a personal 3D printer in my office. We also have the MakerBot, which has spent most of the last three months in disrepair due to issues where the machine killed itself after parts lifted off of the build plate and 7 hours of plastic encapsulated the extruder. With the UP we've never seen any problems, because they use a perf board build plate which adheres the plastic much better. Also, their rafting and support method seems to be excellent. I was so happy with this printer that I purchased 3 more for my engineers. Other exciting features are the easily removable extruder assembly, molded plastic exterior (rather than laser cut foam in the case of some competitors), and small form factor. I have no complaints about the small size, because large parts over two or three inches ALWAYS seem to warp or shrink too bad for a consumer 3D printing application. Send the bigger parts to the professionals, and print the small ones in house, and you'll optimize your 3D printing process.
    - Jason
    (Posted on 6/4/14)
  • UP! Mini 3D Printer
    Great Small 3D printer
    Review by Byung Kook
    If someone finds test 3D printer, UP!Mini 3D printer is solution. It is small and easy to handle. But the feature volume is little bit small. You need to check the volume of feature. HOWEVER, you can reduce the size using simple tools in program. :)
    (Posted on 4/23/14)
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RobotShop Among the Fastest Growing Companies in Canada, 3rd Year in a Row

Posted on June 12, 2014

By RB1 & filled under RobotShop.

For the third year in a row, RobotShop is among the fastest growing companies in Canada, ranking 186th according to the 26th Annual PROFIT 500 ranking. In 2013, RobotShop was ranked 151st, while in 2012 we were ranked 63rd. As a comparison, Industry Canada reports there are around 1.1 million active businesses in Canada. Despite [...]
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Scan Yourself With Volumental

Posted on August 18, 2013

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Entertainment.

Owning a 3D printer can be lots of fun and opens up a lot of possibilities for fabricating objects. However, if you want to print an object, you need to design it in a CAD program. This is a limitation that Volumental is trying to remove. By making it easy to scan objects (even people) [...]
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3D Robotics & the Maker Movement

Posted on July 05, 2013

By Coleman Benson & filled under Unmanned Aerial Vehicles.

  RobotShop recently partnered with 3D Robotics / DIY Drones a manufacturer of open-source UAVs, founded in 2009 by Chris Anderson and Jordi Munoz. 3D robotics is popular for three main reasons: Their UAV flight controllers and software have been developed with the community and have evolved to the point where they are incredibly popular, [...]
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Make the world around you with a 3D printer

Posted on December 03, 2012

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Industry.

3D printers are types of robots that are revolutionizing the manufacturing sector. They make product creation accessible to (almost) everyone by taking care of the precise and often cost-prohibitive work involved in building a physical object. In the same way regular computer printers made it possible for everyone to produce high quality pictures and graphics without [...]
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Help Improve Robot Vision With Your Kinect

Posted on August 30, 2012

By Carlos Asmat & filled under Industry, Research.

Discerning shapes and recognizing objects takes humans several years to learn and it is an essential skill to survive and interact with the world around us. Machines also need to learn this important skill and although some researchers have made progress in recognizing objects, shapes and faces, vision processing is still very complex and there is much more work to [...]
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Lead screws are used in lots of machinery, and you can see them exposed at the rear of most 3D printers (connected directly to a stepper motor).
2014-09-25 15:44 by CBenson
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... adapter, then go to the tools menu, Serial Port menu item and see what new item was added to the list. b) Go to start menu, choose the Devices and Printers menu item, and try to find the comm port. Sometimes this is not obvious in this list c) Bring up device manager. I do this by right clicking ...
2014-07-15 23:03 by kurte
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... powerful and accurate enough to be used in small tabletop CNC machines, 3D printers and Delta machines. Torque is often not an issue at the speeds used in these machines, ...
2013-10-30 10:50 by CBenson
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Usually, printers will use TTL signals, in your case, it seems to be 3.3V TTL. You will need to use a 3.3V microcontroller (or other type of interface) to read the encoder signals: RB-See-220 or RB-Phi-94 . You will also need ...
2013-10-23 12:44 by Carlitos
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... We here already know of people who are putting the "first gen" 3D printers away simply because of frustration.
2013-10-17 14:18 by CBenson
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The reason for asking is that the CubeX filament cartridge costs about twice the price of a 1Kg spool of filament. It's the age old problem with ordinary printers. The ink or in this case, the filament can cost more than it's worth, if it's in a cartridge than in bulk.
2013-10-16 18:23 by retgmelec
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... are looking for a robot do to this, are you asking about something like 3D printer or other assembly-line type piece of equipment? Unfortunately we don't have any 3D printers that support high enough resolutions: the finest resolution we have is 100 microns, ...
2013-09-03 14:56 by jarcand
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... to Bluetooth_Bee_V2, then I get the same error: stk500_recv(): programmer is not responding. I also tried it on a Windows7 machine. Device and Printers shows the Bluetooth_Bee_V2 on COM5. But, only COM6 shows up on the IDE. Device Manager shows COM6 is also a bluetooth connection, but if I ...
2013-08-26 18:23 by tinymech
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... finish the most natural movement robotic hand. Designed and print from 3d printers. It takes about 3 hours to print one finger, the hand took about 3 days to print. ...
2013-06-26 16:35 by animetown9
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SN96 wrote:
I cant find the link for the service. I only see where you can buy the printers. Got a link?



http://3dprinting.robotshop.com/
2013-05-01 19:12 by DiaLFonZo
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I cant find the link for the service. I only see where you can buy the printers. Got a link?
2013-05-01 18:57 by SN96
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... RobotShop announced today the launch of a new 3D printing service to complement their online products catalog. The service’s ... founder and CEO of RobotShop. “Ever since we first played with a 3D printers in-house, we have seen firsthand the benefits of being able to print ...
2013-03-28 10:13 by CBenson
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[CENTER] 504 [/CENTER] RobotShop announced today the launch of a new 3D printing service to complement their online products catalog. The service’s ... founder and CEO of RobotShop. “Ever since we first played with a 3D printers in-house, we have seen firsthand the benefits of being able to print ...
2013-03-28 10:11 by CBenson
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... are at least two major "programming" requirements to using 3D printers: - Programming the machinery to move (similar to CNC). - Programming (choreographing?) ...
2013-02-24 13:59 by RoboTed
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... find someway to transfer the circuit artwork to a sheet of Acetate . Now there are a few different kinds of them out there for different kinds of printers so you just need to find the right one and then print the artwork out on it. If you can't find a type of acetate that works with your printer, ...
2013-01-15 11:00 by akdabaous
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