CEL RoboxPRO overview

The CEL RoboxPRO (a.k.a. RBX10) is a professional dual extrusion 3D printer made by CEL, a manufacturer from the UK.

The RBX10 targets professional and educational environments (in the UK, air filters are now mandatory for use in schools).

This large volume, plug-n-play 3D printer comes with a range of unique and user-friendly features. It is indeed the result of a collaboration with the Swedish engineer Anders Olsson and the Italian filament maker FiberForce.

The RoboxPRO boasts a unique and patented dual extruder. Each nozzle is able to have a different temperature, and they swap during 3D printing thanks to a rotation system.

CEL RBX10 main features

  • Olsson Ruby nozzle: allows to 3D print demanding, high-performance materials like Kevlar, tungsten-filled ABS or carbon-filled nylon. It can heat up to 300°C.
  • Dual extrusion: enables users to 3D print with two different filaments simultaneously, including soluble or breakaway support material. A range of heads come as standard with unique capabilities and different nozzles sizes. Diameters range from 0.3 to 0.8 mm.
  • Extraction/filtration: various HEPA and Activated Charcoal filters help reduce particle emissions.
  • Closed frame with a key-locking door: to control the ambient temperature and optimize security.
  • Heated print bed: the print bed temperature can reach up to 140°C. The build surface is flexible and magnetic, making print removal easier for users.

Furthermore, users may control the RoboxPRO via its touchscreen or via a PC/smartphone. This 3D printer comes with CEL’s proprietary AutoMaker software.

CEL RoboxPRO price

This professional 3D printer is available at the manufacturer price of £3,333, which represents about $4,200. The manufacturer also develops moisture-free dry cabinets for filament storage. Additionally, users can benefit from CEL’s extensive after-care service.

This 3D printer is the professional version of the CEL RoboxDual (2017) which is already an upgraded version of the initial CEL Robox 3D printer (2014).