JellyBOX has won four Editor Choice Awards from highly respected Maker Magazine in the USA and won category “Best for Schools” in 3D printers’ shootout in 2017. In 2019 JellyBOX2 won the second award for ‘’Best for Schools’’, in the Make Magazine’s Digital Fabrication Guide!
JellyBOX designed with Colourful zip ties that make the JellyBox, not only friendly but fast and easy to build (and ever faster to break down). Plus, any mistake is easy to undo!
Some unique features of JellyBox are the Quick release extruder, quick release build plate (Building Bed), quick release hotend and auto bed levelling… all the conveniences to keep you printing and experimenting with less effort. All that makes JellyBOX Easy to fix and to maintain.
The Clear acrylic construction of JEllyBox allows to the user to watch everything inside working. It’s the ultimate anti-black-box. No magic here, just engineering, science, mechatronics and programming. Also, did we mention that JellyBox has the best wire-management?
Despite the JellyBOX is a 3D printer you make on your own, it produces best quality prints. JellyBOX has won four Editor Choice Awards from highly respected Maker Magazine in the USA and won category “Best for Schools” in 3D printers’ shootout in 2017. (Photos of awards)
JellyBOX is designed specifically for education. For that reason, is the best 3D printer that you can build by yourself and learn everything about the technology. It can take around to 5-7 hours to have a complete 3D Printer ready to print and you will gain more than you expect.
It is Best for:
- Diy novices
- 3D printing novices
- In-class programmes
- After-school programs
- Universities – Engineering, Mechatronics classes and Robotics Classes
- Summer camps
- And finally for team buildings
|JellyBox respects your inner tinkerer. As children of RepRap, we kept most of the JellyBox parts 3D-printable so it’s easy to hack. We love remix culture and publish our design files so you can modify your printer in any way, print yourself spare parts, or even make yourself your own JellyBox from raw materials. For the files, head over to https://github.com/imade3d