By October 9, 2015News

Here at CEL we’re careful about who we work with, as we want to partner up with companies who understand what we are trying to achieve as a business, and which share our passion for raising the awareness of 3D printing.

This is why we are so excited about our new relationship with RS, world’s leading high-service distributor of electronics, automation and control components, tools and consumables, which has made the Robox available to its customers today.

This allows 3D printing fans, makers, people in the education field and engineers – whether electronics, mechanical or product – to benefit from the rapid prototyping capabilities Robox has to offer.

Ben Lawton, Global Head of Tools and Consumables at RS, adds: “We’re excited to be able to offer such a highly versatile 3D printer like Robox to our customers, enabling them to create professional quality prints for rapid prototyping for a range of disciplines. The printer’s ease-of-use, competitive price and future-proof upgradable design potentially makes it the complete micro-manufacturing solution – whether you’re a maker at home, creator at school or professional engineer.”

RS brings great 3D design software, DesignSpark Mechanical, with a huge library of off-the-shelf components to users, which enables engineers to seamlessly design parts and order hardware to finish their projects.

Chris Elsworthy of CEL Robox continues: “We are particularly excited to be partnering with RS, as not only do they allow us to present Robox to customers who have a keen interest in making and design, but they also have a large active community of engineers who are now developing the next generation of products.”



About Emma Elsworthy

CEL Business development director. All things business and media, it's all about the money. Personal motto: fat but fit. Lover of tea, cake, wine and exercise in equal measures.

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