Distributor, Midwich has added the CEL Robox to its range of 3D printing technology, attracting schools and offering customers a more cost-effective, straightforward option when it comes to 3D print.
Robox is a robot in a portable box and has the ability to transform static lessons into multi-dimensional learning experiences. Robox further boats being economical and cost-effective, both as an initial investment and also measured over its lifetime due to the very low cost of consumables.
Chris Elsworthy, CEO of CEL and creator of the Robox 3D printer said, “3D printing helps to drive creativity, stimulate thinking and engage students in practical work. Accessibility and safety are of great importance to schools, and we’re already seeing great take-up of the Robox printer in classrooms as students prepare for a new era of product design, development and manufacturing. We’re excited to have partnered with Midwich as we look to take the Robox printer into even more schools and organisations around the country.”
Robox also incudes increased safety features such as a lockable lid and recently won the 3D Hubs 2016 “Plug and Play” award due to its ease of setup, intuitive software and all-round accessibility.
Midwich are targeting any D&T classroom in universities, secondary schools and now, with this latest device, in primary schools. The company is also offering expertise and advice on all types of 3D print and consumables to enable to customers to make the right choice.