Build Volume  



Does anyone know what the real Build Volume is for the Robox Cube? I certainly isn't what what is stated in the printers manual. By Build Volume I take it to mean the maximum envelope in which a model can be printed in the printer.



What is the Robox Cube? Do you mean the RoboxPro? The Pro build dimensions are 210 X 300 x 400 mm. I do not see anything that would reduce this build volume.

The RBX01 and RBX02 have the same build dimensions: 150 x 210 x 100 mm, though there are a few restrictions on this. In dual material mode, the Y dimension is reduced slightly to account for the second Bowden tube and extruder and at the very top of the build volume the X dimension is reduced slightly on the right side.

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Thanks for Replying Ben,

I have the basic RBX01 and I have discovered that the maximum z height is only 80mm not the stated 100mm. Can you tell me exactly what the maximum dimensions realy are so that I and everybody else dont waste our time trying to design models that won't fit!


The maximum height of the Robox RBX01 and RBX02 is a full 100 mm. I have tested this many, many times - every printer that I repair has to print to its full height before it ships. 

It sounds like you have a problem with your printer. If you will open a support ticket and describe in detail what your issue is we can assist you to determine what the problem is and how to fix it. 


This post was modified 10 months ago by Pete

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