Robo has acquired a significant amount of 3D content to aid their venture into the education market.
A very interesting report at Hackaday describes a very unusual product from Robo (formerly Robo 3D).
We had a chance to talk with Robo CEO and founder Braydon Moreno recently to find out the latest on this interesting desktop 3D printer manufacturing company.
There’s now another publicly traded desktop 3D printer company that you can buy shares in: Robo.
After publishing our story “A Most Unusual 3D Printing Corporate Takeover”, I was contacted by none other than Braydon Moreno, CEO and co-founder of Robo 3D.
Earlier this month all shares of 3D printer manufacturer Robo 3D was completely bought by an Australian mining company?
After several successful years, startup Robo3D has significantly updated their product line with a couple of sophisticated low-cost desktop 3D printers.
Last year Robo3D had but a single 3D printer on their product shelf. Now, things are quite different.
Robo3D has been working on a not-so-secret “Stealth” 3D printer.