RobotShop, a leading robot store providing personal and professional robots, development platforms, kits announced today the launch of a new 3D printing service.
The process is pretty simple: customers upload their file, RobotShop prints the part and then ships it to their home or business.
RobotShop currently offers more than 5000 products for building custom robots. This new service could allow customers to create custom mechanical parts such as chassis and frames.
"Most of the time when you build a robot, you need custom mechanical parts. The process of building a robot using plexiglass, wood and hot glue is over." indicated Mario Tremblay, founder and CEO of RobotShop. "Ever since we first played with a 3D printers in-house, we have seen firsthand the benefits of being able to print custom objects quickly with no delay. We want to offer this to our customers who do not have their own 3D printer yet. Customers can add their 3D printed design to their order and everything will be shipped together".
With this new service, RobotShop could offer all the parts and services needed to help customers build their custom robotic prototypes at a minimum cost, or to replace a broken part on domestic robot, create a useful widget etc.
RobotShop is also offering 3D printers and filament online. Three entry level 3D printers are available, Cube, Up! Plus and Up! Mini. More and more existing webshops like RobotShop have seen the future of 3D printing and the benefits of offering 3D printing related products. The competition gets fierce, and this is just the beginning.
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