I'm trying to find the correct way to read and understand the dimensions of a 3D printer. For example, if I read the following dimensions for the Robo 3D R1 Plus as 10x9x8 Inch - I want to know what 10 stands for (does it mean print height?), 9 (depth?), and 8 (width?); etc. I'm not sure if I'm assuming correctly.
I know this should be simple, but I'm not sure where to reference the proper ordering, respective to each aforementioned dimension.
While looking at Makerbot's Replicator technical specifications, I see them listing their dimensions as follows:
29.5 L X 19.5 W X 16.5 H CM [11.6 X 7.6 X 6.5 IN]
So, if I'm reading this correctly, can I infer that 11.6 IN is referring to the length/depth, 7.6 IN is referring to the width, and 6.5 IN is referring to the height. Would this be the universal/standard way of referring to build specifications for all 3D printers?