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ADVANCED 3D PRINTING MADE EASY

Raise your creativity with the new Dremel DigiLab 3D printer with quick and easy set-up for the experimental & experienced.

Allow your students to be at the forefront of technological advance to benefit their future careers. Reduce product development cycles with rapid prototyping and on-demand experimentation where precision, repetition and reliability are required. Bring the power of advanced FDM 3D printing to your desktop.




DREMEL DIGILAB 3D45: KEY FEATURES

NEW FEATURES


Heated bed

Camera

RFID recognition

Advanced features for experimental users

The 3D45 provides the flexibility and reliability needed to meet the demands of higher education, makerspaces and industrial workplaces that benefit from advanced FDM 3D printing. Whether your lab is developing prototypes for innovative biomedical devices or sculptural works of art, the 3D45 quickly produces accurate print models in a safe, easy to use package. The Dremel 3D45 printer comes with an improved extruder that minimises distractions and downtime. The extruder is designed to fit all Dremel filament materials without the need of changing any parts before operation. Also changing from one material type to another is done in no time thanks to the integrated RFID recognition technology. It automatically adjusts the printer settings according to the filament type being used and eliminates the need to re-slice files for each type of filament.

Enhance the possibilities of 3D printing

The DigiLab 3D45 is a 3D printer that can tackle more demanding, advanced filament types at higher temperatures like nylon, polycarbonate, PLA, and Eco-ABS — a form of ABS manufactured in an environmentally sustainable manner. With a heated bed that allows advanced types of filament, such as Eco-ABS and Nylon, the 3D45 is designed for use in higher education and experienced high school classrooms to visualise and create complex projects. Simplicity and accessibility are central to the design of the printer, with intuitive instructions and real-time analysis on the touch screen display. The new plate to heat does not need adhesive tape since it is made of tempered glass, guaranteeing a better result at the time of printing.

Higher quality 3D printing results

The combination of improved attributes provides the users even better 3D printing results with the same ease of use. The innovative extruder now allows a print resolution of 50 microns. Together with the added filtration system, the enclosed 3D45 prints its layers whilst remaining protected from all dust. All that while the temperature is consistently kept at an optimal level and prevents the printed object from warping thanks to the heated bed and improved cooling system. Avoiding failure prints, the 3D45 furthermore incorporates smart sensor technology, allowing effortless, accurate calibrations, and easy set-up. The touch screen shows you in real time how to precisely level the plate with just the turn of a knob.

Stay connected with your 3D print job

With the integrated camera, users have the ability of monitoring their printing project: teachers for example can track the three-dimensional printing in real time with their students by accessing the camera's IP address. Thanks to the WLAN function, users can also start their prints remotely. To allow users to move quickly and easily from design to the printed 3D object, the DigiLab 3D45 offers the new "Dremel DigiLab 3D Slicer" software for convenient and intuitive slicing of the print file. The software is also compatible with the previous Dremel 3D40 3D printer.

"Using 3D technology takes what we learn in class to a whole new level. The children are more inspired to learn about the various parts of an animal cell and its functions when they simultaneously watch the construction and formation of a 3D animal cell. Incorporating this type of technology into their learning allows them to make connections from what they are learning in class to the greater world around them."

Chaidan Leshinski 5th Grade Math, Joseph Sears School