3D printer Dobot

Dobot entered the market in 2015 and immediately got noticed by the 3D industry. Their first Kickstarter project easily exceeded $36,000 funding goal, reaching $650,000. The Chinese company originally focused on the production of desktop robotic arms but quickly found out that the 3D industry is a niche with great potential. The modular design of the Dobot 3D printer allows its users to apply it as a CNC milling machine or laser engraver. All you have to do is replace one operating head with another - it takes only a few simple moves. Dobot printers available at our store have durable, metal construction and a simple, modular design that is easy and quick to install. Thanks to the removable components, you can turn Mooz into three different devices, shuffling parts between them. Depending on the model, you can choose between faster printing speed and higher stability. offers you a broad choice of Dobot modules and equipment, along with complete printers bundles. Jump at the opportunity today, and find these high-quality 3D printers at more favorable prices in our store.


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Why to chose this technology?

For the last 30 years, 3D printing evolved from slow and expensive industrial technology to fast-growing, commonly used techniques. Relatively cheap, desktop printers allow users to create whatever they want empowering individuals as makers. The freedom offered by 3D printers is not limitless, of course. Most popular models, along with Dobot machines, create objects from plastics and can print microwave sized objects. Metal 3D printing is possible, but it’s a complicated and expensive process, not yet available for smaller businesses. Also, not many models are able to print multicolor objects. But it doesn’t apply to Dobot, which uses technology that allows simultaneous printing with up to 3 different filaments. The printer can switch between single colors or mix gradient in CMY mode, ensuring that all tones are in accordance with your project. It’s amazing that you can design something on your home computer, transfer it to a printer, and after a few hours, hold it in your own hands. Comparing this method with traditional model making, it’s understandable why 3D prints are regularly referred to as ‘rapid prototypes’. This technology can generate a high approximation of the desired form at top pace.

Dobot Mooz - modules and accessories

The modular nature of Dobot Mooz allows it to change the form fast and easy. This transformable 3D machine of industrial quality is characterized by its all-in-one design. It has interchangeable heads for CNC machining, laser engraving, and 3D printing. The strongest Dobot's laser unit can produce a beam that allows to engrave such materials as leather, plastics, paper products, wood etc. The CNC module supports most non-metallic materials like wood, plastic, or even printed circuit boards.

Simplicity and speed of module replacement will satisfy both professionals and users with smaller experience. Dobot printers available at, are easy to assemble (it takes 10 minutes only), so you can always take one with you, even for longer trips. What is more, you can easily upgrade each printer and buy additional modules. Because of the high-quality linear guideway, CNC-machined housing, and the stepper motor, Mooz is very stable and accurate up to 0.02mm. The Aircraft-grade aluminum frame is durable and reduces vibrations harmful to printouts.

Software and specification

All of the Dobot printers available at have a WiFi module. Thanks to that, you have full control of printer performance. Advanced mobile app and electronic feedback allow you to resume the printing process after power loss and set auto-off function. All Dobot printers work with the most popular and feature-rich software - Cura, Slic3r, and Printrun.

The details of the technical specification are common for every Dobot printer available in our store. FDM (fused deposition modeling) method of printing uses a continuous thermoplastic filament. Computer control moves the print head to define the printed shape. Dobot machines use this very method with 1.75mm filament, although they can print shapes up to 0.05mm thick. The print precision is 0.02mm, so Mooz amply meets all your high demands in terms of 3D precision.