After launching their new Robox 3D printer via a successful Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign CEL last year. CEL has today announced the launch of its CEL Automaker 1.01 software which is available as a free download.
The CEL Automaker 1.01 3D printer software comes complete with full integration into the MyMiniFactory library that allows owners of 3D printers to download free 3D printable objects for creation.
As well as integration with MyMiniFactory the latest CEL Automaker 1.01 software brings with it a wealth of new features and enhancements. Together with a new user interface which makes it even easier to carry out maintenance, calibration and tweak custom settings. Chris Elsworthy, CEO of CEL explains :
“We’re already making good on many of the promises we made to our original Kickstarter backers, which is immensely satisfying.”- “We’re a challenger that builds all of its products from the ground up, we’re competing with companies that have bought their way into this space, that have very deep pockets – and we’re winning – that’s satisfying too.”
“Creating a truly plug-and-print 3D experience is as much about software as hardware,” said Elsworthy. “With this release of AutoMaker, the Robox project now offers the most consumer-friendly 3D printing experience on the market. Our current users getting the new AutoMaker will experience an immediate improvement in the reliability and the quality of prints, while new users will find the Robox system more accessible than ever”
Romain Kidd, CEO of iMakr Group explains :
“The first version of AutoMaker integrating MyMiniFactory will allow Robox owners to get access to great, thoroughly tested 3D-printable content from the best designers for 3D printing out there – and it’s absolutely free. It’s tremendously exciting for MyMiniFactory to be the world’s first independent marketplace of 3D printable files to team up with a 3D printer manufacturer – even more so given that CEL shares our vision of widening access to this amazing technology.”
For more information on the new CEL Robox 3D printer jump over to the CEL website for details via the link below.