Just bought my second Robox - as a birthday present to myself. Yes I could have bought the dual filament kit or had my existing Robox upgraded, but I decided to get the latest one clean. I've tried a couple of other printers - at both ends of the cost range. Whatever comments I make on this forum that suggest I'm frustrated with the occasional problems I have with my Robox, I still like this printer. It's easy to use, has lots of features that are actually missing from others. I'd like to say that as it's British designed, this makes me proud of the technical expertise, but I don't want to sound jingoistic.
I look forward to the continuing developments with the Robox and if it's eventually possible to have a laser cutting attachment, this would be very useful. I don't know how you fit a laser in a machine that it wasn't designed for, but then technological development is no longer a case of 'if', but 'when'. I come from the era when the only commercial computer around was that created for J.Lyons teashops.
Posted : 11th November 2017 12:30 pm