3D printing videographer Andrew Mazzotta took a swing by Robo3D’s San Diego offices to check out their operations.
Mazzotta sat down with Robo3D’s Braydon Moreno and discussed the latest at Robo3D. What we heard was:
- Robo3D was not based on RepRap and was in fact a new design
- Their first prototype was wooden, like many initial experiments in making 3D printers
- Robo3D wanted to create a new brand, suitable for stunning visuals on anyone’s desktop
- They want people to share a story with their 3D printer; that’s what drives Robo3D
- They took some ideas from open source and now wish to give some backRobo3D version R2 launches this summer, with a bigger print volume and a “new process”
That’s what we’re curious about. What is the “new process” to be used by the Robo3D R2? Will they get into resin-based 3D printing?