Jobox Prusa MK3s+ 3D printer automation system

Automation system for 3D printers

System specially designed for the Prusa MK3s+ 3D printer. Jobox was created by the team at CITY MAKER based in Nottuln, Germany. “We understand 3D printing as a multi-layered, complex and fascinating process in which the optimal interaction of numerous factors determines success or failure.”

Launched via Kickstarter, the new 3D printing automation system uses a printed cartridge system that allows you to continuously move finished 3D prints out of the print area onto its print bed and down the conveyor. Once calibrated, the system allows you to print multiple designs one after another without interaction. Especially useful when you have a 3D printer farm or multiple 3D printers to take care of and need to complete multiple prints. Early Bird Pledges are available now for the Modern Project from around $293 or £249 (depending on the current exchange rate).

“Technically, the Jobox is nothing more than an upgrade of the widely used and in many areas already established Prusa MK3S+ 3D printer. However, since the initial idea, we have seen the job box less and less as an upgrade and more as an opportunity to optimize and expand a process. Together with the Prusa MK3S+ as the printing engine, these components result in an automated production process that we call the Jobox process.”

3D printer conveyor belt

If the Jobox crowdfunding campaign successfully meets its required grant goal and project completion proceeds smoothly, worldwide shipping is expected sometime in March 2023. To learn more about the Jobox Prusa MK3s+ 3D printer automation system project, play the promotional video below.

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“From a technical point of view, the magazine of the Jobox process is the limiting factor. That is why we have set ourselves the goal of being able to process as many printing plates as possible without the user having to intervene. To save you shipping costs, the Jobox hardware comes as an easy-to-assemble kit that can be set up in about 45 minutes. Once this is set up, it only takes you about 10 minutes to attach it to your Prusa and start printing. “

“The size of the magazine is the decisive factor for the longest possible and self-sufficient operation of the job box process. With the Jobox spring steel sheets, up to 8 sheets can be initially loaded (with an unloaded print bed) and operated reliably in the magazine at the same time. This allows for long operator absences or the creation of long idle periods for short, quick print jobs.”

For a complete list of all available early bird commitments, stretch goals, additional media and technical specifications for the Prusa MK3s+ 3D printer automation system, go to the official Jobox crowdfunding campaign page by clicking on the link below.
Source: Kickstarter

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