Robox 3D printer does it all

Democratized manufacturing requires more than affordable desktop 3D printers. They can be used to make a lot of things, but not everything. Many projects need machined parts and custom electronics, and desktop 3D printers just can’t produce there. Oh wait, yes they can. They’re currently being crowdfunded, but circuit board and metal printers will be on the market very soon. And they’re not the only 3D printers stepping out of the plastics-only lane; the FABtotum puts CNC, milling, and 3D printing all in one machine. The Robox on Kickstarter takes that same path. Continue reading “Robox 3D printer does it all”