Robo3D Robo C2
The compact 3D printer Robo C2
- Compact size
- High printing speed
- Filament sensor
- Automatic calibration
Product information & technical details
|Product types:||3D Printers|
|Printing Technology:||FFF - FDM - LPD|
|Printer Display:||Touch Display|
|Supporting Operating Systems:||Windows (7 +), Mac OS X (10.7 +), Linux (Ubuntu 12.04 +)|
|Interfaces:||USB - Connection, WIFI - WLAN|
|Supported Formats:||STL, OBJ, PLY|
|Heated building board:||No|
|Filament Diameter:||1,75 mm|
|Minimum layer height:||20 µm|
Compact 3D printer with Wi-Fi
The compact Robo C2 3D printer with Wi-Fi gives you the freedom to print anything you can imagine directly from your mobile device with the Robo app. Designed for use in your home, school, or work environment, the Robo C2 features an efficient 127 x 127 x 152 mm print size, a built-in 3.5-inch colour touchscreen, onboard slicing, auto calibration, and the possibility to print more than 20 different materials.
High printing speed
Bring every 3D print to life quickly and accurately with our world-class print speed.
3.5" Colour LCD touchscreen
Built-in 3.5-inch colour LCD touchscreen, you can easily launch projects and adjust the print settings.
Connect Robo C2 to your Wi-Fi or Ethernet. If no internet connection is available, connect to Robo C2's personal hotspot.
Compatible with every device
Easily print from your Chromebook, iPad or other mobile devices.
Enjoy a size of 127 x 127 x 152 mm - perfect for many projects.
Spend more time without having to manually adjust the print bed. The print bed is also removable.
Variety of materials
Print with more than 20 types of materials and filaments, and you get flexibility for all your projects. (non-heated building board)
Save time by slicing your files directly from the Robo C2's LCD touchscreen.
Filament run-out sensor
Automatically pauses 3D printing and notifies you when there is no more filament left. This saves you time and money.
The access control security feature lets you control who can access Robo C2 remotely.
Quick Start Guide
Did you know?
The concept of the 3D printer came about from an American inventor and engineer, Chuck Hull, during the s80s. He also founded the company called 3D Systems.