Dremel have unveiled a new 3D printer they will soon be launching expanding their already existing Dremel DigiLab range of 3D printers which now include the DigiLab 3D45 which comes equipped with a colour touchscreen display and can be used with the company’s DigiLab digital fabrication product suite.
The DigiLab Suite and new 3D45 3D Printer have been designed to provide more advanced 3D printing features as well as be the perfect combination for STEAM Education. Watch the demonstration video below from the recent ISTE 2017 conference and expo.
Specifications of the Dremel DigiLab 3D45 3D printer include:
• Full color touchscreen
• USB port for offline printing
• 10″ x 6″ x 6.7″ build volume
• High quality extruder
• 100 micron build resolution
• Semi-automated leveling for fast, accurate calibration
With a heated bed that allows multiple types of filament, such as EcoABS and Nylon, the 3D45 is designed for use in higher education and experienced high school classrooms to visualize and create complex projects. Simplicity and accessibility are central to the design of the printer, with intuitive instructions and real-time analysis. The 3D45 is the only printer to automatically recognize filament and adjust printer settings, eliminating the need to re-slice files for each type of filament.
Educators can monitor and control multiple printers from anywhere with the printer’s integrated camera for enhanced fleet management. Developed with Bosch sensor technology and UL certification, educational institutions can rely on the 3D45 for safe use in learning environments.
For more information on the new DigiLab 3D45 3D printer jump over to the official press release website for details by following the link below.