Rotary power tool manufacturer, Dremel , is expanding its DigiLab 3D printing range with the launch of a new 3D printer, the Dremel DigiLab 3D40 FLEX.
Since introducing its Idea Builder printer in 2014, the company has gone on to launch a number of desktop plastic extrusion-based systems primarily aimed at the education market. Now, the new 3D40, certified by UL, is said to offer a variety of new features that make it quick and easy for educators and students to get printing in the classroom.
One of those new features is a flexible build plate which allows users to simply pop prints off the build plate both quickly and safely without the need for tools. It also offers cloud-based printing software and a draft mode which makes printing 30 percent faster (compared to its predecessor the 3D40 ) to accommodate environments […]
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