At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show 2014 in Las Vegas, lots of 3D printers have been on display, but one of them that stands out is the RoBo 3D R1. If you are not familiar with 3D printing, it is a process that allows you to turn a model that you have on your computer into an actual three-dimensional object. This is a great way to make prototypes and models. To do this, you need a specialty printer.
One of the newest models of said specialty printer is the RoBo 3D R1. One of the perks of this model is that it is larger than some others shown at CES this year, with an ability to print objects measuring 10 x 9 x 8 inches. It also has a high resolution of 100-Micron print layers. To top that off, it is almost half the price of other printers its size.
The RoBo 3D R1 was Released at CES 2014
1. Increased Demand for Affordable 3D Printers - The RoBo 3D R1 is an example of a high-quality, low-cost 3D printer, encouraging consumers to seek out affordable options for prototyping and manufacturing.
2. Advancements in Large-format 3D Printing - The RoBo 3D R1's ability to print objects measuring 10 x 9 x 8 inches demonstrates a trend toward larger-format 3D printing capabilities that can be used for a variety of applications beyond prototyping.
3. Continued Growth in 3D Printing Technology - The RoBo 3D R1 is part of the ongoing development of 3D printing technology, and its release highlights the industry's continued efforts to improve the quality and affordability of 3D printing for consumers and businesses alike.
1. Manufacturing Industry - Affordable 3D printers like the RoBo 3D R1 offer a unique opportunity for manufacturers to create product prototypes more efficiently and cost-effectively.
2. Architecture and Design Industry - Large-format 3D printers like the RoBo 3D R1 have the potential to revolutionize the way architects and designers create physical models of their ideas and designs.
3. Education Industry - The affordable price point and larger size of the RoBo 3D R1 makes it a practical option for educational institutions to invest in 3D printing technology to enhance STEM curriculums and create hands-on learning opportunities.