Dremel, a company known for its award-winning rotary power tools, has built a 3D printer that deserves a place on today’s modern campus.
In makerspaces and classrooms, instructors in varied disciplines are integrating these devices into course assignments. Students of music theory have created 3D models of sound waves, while 3D replicas give geology students a new way to understand fossils.
The DigiLab 3D45 is a network-enabled 3D printer that features a heated bed, fully enclosed build chamber and its own cloud-based printing solution.
The unit looks and feels solid, with tight hinges on the lid and front door. The enclosed build space is a plus for printing materials that require a temperature-controlled environment, such as ABS or nylon. A glass build platform, which can reach 100 degrees Fahrenheit, helps the filament adhere to the surface during printing.
We hope Creality won’t take it personally that we used their Ender 3 in the title of this article as the reference...