Learning about insect anatomy
10-year-old pupils at Blackfield Primary School use Robox to model and print insect anatomy.
Getting to grips with 3D design using free software
Martyn Hendry at St Andrew's Primary School takes a group of 10-year-old pupils through the process of designing custom name tags using Autodesk's browser-based Tinkercad software.
Working in partnership with the James Dyson Foundation
Gears are 3D printed on Robox in a Year 10 James Dyson Foundation project.
Designing and making a more inclusive society
15-year-old students discuss their GCSE James Dyson Foundation projects aimed at aiding people who experience physical disabilities.
Engaging young people in STEM
9-year-old pupils at Blackfield Primary School learn to combine multiple models for printing in two materials.
Understanding the additive manufacturing process
Students of all ages at King Edward VI Community College and its feeder schools use Robox in combination with other manufacturing processes such as cold casting.
Complexity made simple
Robox can print in two materials at the same time, allowing more complex geometries to be printed with ease using dedicated support materials.
Inspiring a new generation
8-year-old pupils in Blackfield Primary School use free Tinkercad software and Robox to create stationery organisers for a school project.
Mendip Studio School
Year 11 students discuss their GCSE projects.
A student upgrades his A-Level project with Robox.
Safety and Security
Robox is the only 3D printer with an interlocking safety door to prevent accidental injury.
FAWE School, Rwanda
Students from Writhlington School provide 3D printer workshops to Rwandan students.
The award-winning Robox 3D printing platform offers new opportunities to enhance STEM learning as the safest and easiest to use 3D printer for schools, colleges and universities.
Robox 3D printers are designed for beginners and experienced 3D printer users alike. The platform has been praised for its sleek and unobtrusive design, user-friendliness, outstanding quality and enhanced safety features. With critically acclaimed hardware and software designed by a dedicated team of British product development specialists, users are empowered to design without needing to worry about calibrating hardware or navigating cumbersome software.
Robox 3D printers are the world’s only desktop 3D printers including an interlocking safety door, a critical safety feature designed to quarantine the build chamber and prevent accidental contact with components inside that reach up to 350°C while in operation. The platform has also won the 3D Hubs award in the “Plug and Play” category for 2 years running with reviews from over 8,624 verified 3D printer users, serving as a testament to its premium design and user-friendliness.
Other key features include:
- Hassle-free build plate with no glue or tape required before printing
- Sturdy, stainless steel frame and injection moulded housing
- Patented needle valve technology cuts dual extruder print times
- Compatible with 3rd party filament, meaning no vendor lock-in
- Automatic material settings with pre-print job costings
- Fully automatic bed levelling and easy calibrations
The new RoboxPRO model launched in January 2018. This new addition to the Robox family caters more towards professionals and users in further and higher education, containing all the features users love about Robox and all they have requested to-date: integrated Wi-Fi connectivity, onboard controls, a HEPA air filtration system and considerably larger build volume.
Why not see for yourself why Robox is the leading 3D printer brand in education?
Contact us directly or your trusted education technology supplier to find out more.
Scottish Library & Information Council
James Stewart, Student, Writhlington School
Make Magazine 3D Printer Guide 2017
Martyn Hendry, STEM Coordinator, East Ayrshire Council
Josh Rigby, Year 6 Teacher and Design and Technology Lead, Inspire Learning Federation
Mark Nicholson, Head of Faculty for Technology, ICT and Business, Ashlyns School
David Irish, Head of D&T, King Edward VI Community College