Dremel, a company known for creating award-winning rotary power tools, has built a 3D printer that deserves a spot in today’s modern classroom.
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 very solid. Hinges on the lid and front door are tight. 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.
Easy Setup Lets Students Start Creating in Minutes A 5-inch, full-color touch screen on the front displays a menu for controlling the printer. From there, users can get to all the […]
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