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CEL MD and Design Engineer Chris Elsworthy talks about the beginnings of CEL, the POWER8workshop and the reasons Robox was created. Watch Robox print one of the parts from our power tool range as a prototype.
The kids broke my precious gaming headphones. And rather than selling the kids at the local market to buy some more I printed out a new arm on my Robox to repair what I had. Works great!
Infill: 30 – 40%
Only one Robox is left in our warehouse!!!!!!
Don’t worry, there are more on the way. They should be delivered within the next week or so. If you order now we will ship as soon as they arrive or if you are really impatient you could visit one of our resellers www.cel-robox.com/where-to-buy
We are selling Robox as fast as we can make them right now, great news for us with all the competition around these days.
Loving the graphics these guys use, had to share this blog from www.custommade.com:
The Emergence of the Maker Movement
The maker movement is made up of some 135 million adults in the U.S., however, it’s more than just a U.S. movement. Maker faires that celebrate the movement have popped up in Japan, Italy, Norway, and Chile. Makers use their skills to craft items such as clothing, baked goods, jewelry, and art; contributing $29 billion to the U.S. economy annually.
From 3D printers to laser cutters—makers employ various tools to create their goods. Many gather at makerspaces where they share these resources. Makerspaces are havens for techies, artists, and entrepreneurs. Through crowdfunding, makers are able to facilitate small-scale funding for these gathering spaces.
Learn more about the maker movement below and how it’s influencing the way we craft.
Chris talks about 3D printers in education and getting some value from “screen time” which accounts for a long periods of spare time for many children, typically in games. Chris suggests that more of this time could be spent learning the skills they will use in later life and 3D printers can be a link between the virtual creations of our children and reality. This is certainly evident in the new offering from the Tinkercad folk in Tinkerplay which is aimed directly at getting children into design by making it really fun.
Read more from Davide in the link below
We were asked by element14 to design a case to fit the new Raspberry Pi 2
The images below show the case, it was printed in 2 halves, we paused our Robox and changed filament colour part way through each print to create this great effect.
.stl files can be downloaded below, we would love to see your prints in the forum here
Discussions on the element14 community site: